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January Regular MeetingMonday, January 13, 2020 7:00 PMPlattsmouth Administration Center 1912 Old Highway 34Plattsmouth, NE 680481. Call Meeting to Order-Acknowledge Open Meetings Law The meeting was called to order by the President at 7:00p.m.2. Roll Call: Foster, Barr, Fuller, Glup, Parsons, Wehrbein, Jensen, Muller, WintersAll Board members were present.3. Public Forum: Reception of Delegates-A time limit of three minutes will be set for individual speakers on a given topic. A total time limit of thirty minutes will be set for all speakers on a given topic, with an effort to provide equal time for pros, cons, and neutral opinions.Rebecca McDaniel, new director of nutrition services for OPPA introduced herself to the Board.4. Special Recognition: 2019 PHS Hall of Fame - Tim Freeburg and James P. Ulrich5. Special Recognition: Several PHS student-athletes earned Academic All-State Awards that require a minimum 3.70 grade point average, including Madison Nelson, Sydney Nelson, Hunter Smith, C.J. Wiseman, Andrew Rathman, Emily Martin, Riley Sedlak, Emma Field, Sydni Haugaard, Katie Rathman, and Chloe Sabatka.6. Election of Officers6.1. Appointment of Election Steward- Tonda Haith- 9-06.2. Nominations, voting, and designation of President- Ken Winters-5-3-16.3. Nominations, voting, and designation of Vice President-Matt Glup-4-2-2-16.4. Nominations, voting, and designation of Secretary-Karen Parsons-by acclamation6.5. Nominations, voting, and designation of Treasurer-Steve Barr-5-3-17. Board Designations and Appointments7.1. Appoint Tonda Haith as Board Treasurer's Designee7.2. Appoint Barb Baker as the Board Secretary's Designee7.1 and 7.2 Motion passed 9-0 with a motion by Foster and a second by Muller.7.3. Appoint Ken Winters as the Board's Liaison to the Nebraska Association of Schools Boards for Governmental RelationsMotion passed 9-0 with a motion by Wehrbein and a second by Glup.7.4. Appoint the Board's Greater Nebraska Schools Association RepresentativeRemoved from agenda7.5. Appoint Wehrbein as the Board's Head Start RepresentativeMotion passed 9-0 with a motion by Foster and a second by Jensen. 7.6. Appoint Muller as the Board's representative on the Plattsmouth Education Foundation's (PEF) Board of DirectorsMotion passed 9-0 with a motion by Foster and a second by Wehrbein.7.7. Appoint the law firm of Perry, Guthery, Haase, and Gessford as the District's Legal CounselMotion passed 7-2 with a motion by Glup and a second by Parsons. Muller and Fuller voted no.7.8. Appoint the accounting firm of Frankel Zacharia as the District's auditorMotion passed 6-3 with a motion by Barr and a second by Wehrbein. Barr, Fuller and Muller voted no.7.9. Designate Superintendent Dr. Richard E. Hasty as the District Representative for all Federal and State Programs, including Head StartMotioned passed 9-0 with a motion by Foster and a second by Muller.8. Consent AgendaMotion passed 9-0 to approve the Consent Agenda with a motion by Foster and a second by Glup.8.1. Agenda8.2. Minutes of the December 9, 2019 meeting8.3. Minutes of the Dec. 9, 2019 Committee on American Civics meeting8.4. Treasurer's Report8.5. Review of the Control Budget8.6. Claim and transfers in the amount of $745,652.069. Administrative Reports9.1. 2018-2019 Annual Report from Supt. Hasty9.2. High School Principal's Report9.3. Middle School Principal's Report9.4. Elementary Principal's Report9.5. Early Childhood Report9.6. Special Education Report9.7. Instructional Services Report10. Action Items10.1 Discuss, consider, and take all action to approve the final reading of 6000 Instruction (Curriculum Committee).Motion passed 9-0 with a motion by Barr and a second by Muller. 10.2. Discuss, consider, and take all action to approve the second reading of Policy 1000 Community Relations (Operations Committee).Motion passed 9-0 with a motion by Foster and a second by Barr.10.3. Discuss, consider, and take all action to approve the first reading of 4000 Personnel (Finance Committee).Motion passed 9-0 with a motion by Foster and a second by Jensen. 10.4. Discuss, consider, and take all action to approve a curriculum proposal for a new Metals and Fabrication course.Motion passed 9-0 with a motion by Muller and a second by Jensen. 10.5. Discuss, consider, and take all action to approve a revision to the Capstone course.Motion passed 9-0 with a motion by Muller and a second by Foster. 10.6. Discuss, consider, and take all action to approve a curriculum proposal for a new Photojournalism and Publication Design course.Motion passed 9-0 with a motion by Foster and a second by Barr.10.7. Emergency Item: Discuss, consider, and take all action to approve an amendment to the option agreement for Old Blue Devil Stadium with the City of Plattsmouth.Motion passed 9-0 with a motion by Foster and a second by Muller.10.8. Discuss, consider, and take all action to approve the third reading of 4025 Professional Boundaries.Motion passed 9-0 with a motion by Foster and a second by Jensen. 11. Announcements11.1. Monday, Feb. 10, 2010 - Nebraska Association of School Boards (NASB) Legislative Issues Conference at the Lincoln Cornhusker Marriott11.2. Next meeting: Monday, Feb. 10, 2020 6 PM Workshop 7 PM Regular Meeting12. ADJOURNMENT. The meeting was adjourned at 7: 57 p.m.ChairpersonSuperintendentPlattsmouth Community Schools Page: 101/09020 2:02 PMBoard ReportUser ID: THAITHVendor Name Vendor Description AmountChecking 1Checking 1 Fund: 01 GENERALAGRIVISION GROUP LLC SERVICE/SUPPLIES 48.35ALL COVERED SERVICES 1,785.00AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES INC SUPPLIES 5,462.07AQUINAS HIGH SCHOOL REGISTRATION 150.00ATI HOLDINGS LLC SERVICES 10,000.00BADGER BODY & TRUCK EQUIPMENT 678.00BLAIR COMMUNITY SCHOOLS REGISTRATION 200.00BOMGAARS SUPPLIES 785.37BOX CAST INC SUPPLIES 476.89CASAS COMPREHENSIVE ADULT STUDENT SUPPLIES 300.00ASSESSMENT SYSTEMCASS COUNTY BANK 26,716.12CENTERPOINT ENERGY SERVICES INC FUEL 1,594.14CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS HOLDING SERVICE 14.09COMPANY LLCCITY OF PLATTSMOUTH WATER & SEWER 1,556.57CITY OF PLATTSMOUTH SUPPLIES/SERVICES 240.00COLUMBUS TELEGRAM SUPPLIES/ADVERTISING 174.00COUNCIL BLUFFS WINNELSON SUPPLIES 167.96CRICK, RYAN MUSIC ACCOMPANIST SERVICES 277.40CUSTOM ARRANGEMENTS SERVICES 715.00CUSTOM GEMS INC SUPPLIES 321.09DELL FINANCIAL SERVICES LLC 1:1 COMPUTER FINANCING 11,217.22DIAMOND VOGEL PAINTS SUPPLIES 2,417.54DOANE COLLEGE SUPPLIES/TUITION 996.00DOBROVOLNY, PAMELA REIMBURSEMENT 225.00DOLLAR GENERAL SUPPLIES 5.52DUECHTING, CYNTHIA LEP SERVICES 2,557.50EDUCATIONAL SERVICE UNIT #3 SERVICE 51,605.00Plattsmouth Community Schools Page: 101/09/2020 2:02 PMBoard ReportUser ID: THAITHVendor Name Vendor Description AmountFASTENAL COMPANY SUPPLIES 480.00FIBER PLATFORM LLC EDUC VIDEO BUNDLE 1,248.14FIREGUARD INC SUPPLIES/SERVICE 2,320.70FOLLETT SCHOOL SOLUTIONS INC SUPPLIES 380.48GOODWILL INDUSTRIES INC WORK EXPERIENCE TUITION 4,644.00GREAT KIDS INC SUPPLIES 2,190.00GREGG YOUNG CHEVROLET OF SUPPLIES/SERVICE 1,506.63PLATTSMOUTH LLCHARTMAN PUBLISHING INC TEXTBOOKS 675.41HEALTHY CHILDREN PROJECT INC SERVICE/SUPPLIES 50.00HEARTLAND FOUNDATION TUITION 5,550.00HILLER ELECTRIC COMPANY SERVICE 1,403.45HOME DEPOT U.S.A. D/B/A HOME DEPOT SUPPLIES 2,863.90PROHY-VEE STORES FUEL/SUPPLIES 800.89J.W. PEPPER & SON INC SUPPLIES 472.59JUST FOR KIDS THERAPY INC SERVICES 6,062.25KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS COPIER LEASES/SUPPLIES 3,209.42KONICA MINOLTA PREMIER FINANCE COPIER LEASES/SUPPLIES 3,727.16MACGILL, WILLIAM V SUPPLIES 184.02MAILFINANCE LEASE 585.00MAILROOM FINANCE INC POSTAGE 1,300.00MATHESON TRI-GAS INC SUPPLIES 761.82MCINNIS, LINDA COSTUMES 53.41MENARDS BELLEVUE SUPPLIES 157.50MID-STATES SCHOOL BUS INC BUS SERVICE 71,101.30MILESTONES DISABILITY SERVICE INC TUITION 7,551.57MULLENAX AUTO SUPPLY SUPPLIES 198.21NATIONAL ARCHERY IN THE SCHOOLS SUPPLIES 600.00PROGRAM INCNCECBVI VISION SERVICES 2,641.25Plattsmouth Community Schools Page: 201/09/2020 2:02 PMBoard ReportUser ID: THAITHVendor Name Vendor Description AmountNCSA REGISTRATIONS/DUES 115.00NEBR DEPT OF HEALTH & HUMAN SE, FEES 50.00CHILDREN'S SERVICES LICENSINGNEBRASKA AIR FILTER INC FURNACE FILTERS 2,486.84NEBRASKA COUNCIL OF SCHOOL ADM DUES/FEES 180.00NEBRASKA PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT ELECTRICITY 23,383.83NEW DIRECTIONS SOLUTIONS LLC SERVICES 10,224.21NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE SCHOLARSHIP 498.00NUSCHY, MIKE TRANSITION SERVICES 1,440.00OMAHA PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT UPS/SERVICE 45.80ONE BEAT CPR LEARNING CENTER LLC SUPPLIES 1,405.00ONE SOURCE THE BACKGROUND CHECK SERVICE 357.00COMPANYOPAA FOOD MANAGEMENT INC SERVICE 68.34PERFORMANCE HEALTH SUPPLY INC SUPPLIES 229.12PIERCE COUNTY AG SOCIETY MEMORIAL 50.00PITSCO INC SUPPLIES 429.83PRESTO X COMPANY PEST CONTROL 371.92PSYCHEMEDICS CORPORATION SERVICE/SUPPLIES 1,590.50RAINBOW GLASS & SUPPLY INC SERVICE/SUPPLIES 908.81RAUNER, DEBORAH SERVICES 263.30RENAISSANCE LEARNING INC SUPPLIES 4,100.00RGS REPAIR INC SERVICES 635.00RIFTON EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES 1,911.75SCHOOL SPECIALTY SUPPLIES 218.39SHRED IT US JV LLC SHREDDING 115.50SNELL, STEPHANIE REIMBURSEMENT 720.11SPARTAN STORES DISTRIBUTION LLC SUPPLIES 184.49SPORTS FACILITY MAINTENANCE LLC SUPPLIESERVICE 7,743.00TIME MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS TIMEKEEPING SYSTEM SERVICE 331.00Plattsmouth Community Schools Page: 301/09/2020 2:02 PMBoard ReportUser ID: THAITHVendor Name Vendor Description AmountUNIVERSITY OF NEBR. - LINCOLN SCHOLARSHIP 498.00UNL EXTENSION REGISTRATION 45.00UNO MUSIC DEPT REGISTRATION 250.00US BANK NA FUEL PURCHASES 276.88VERIZON WIRELESS CELL SERVICE 346.87WASTE MANAGEMENT OF NEBRASKA INC TRASH SERVICE 2,787.22WETENKAMP, REBECCA REIMBURSEMENT 286.76WHC NE LLC TRANSPORTATION 3,055.20WINDSTREAM TELEPHONE SERVICE 3,685.33Fund Total: 314,692.93Checking 1 Fund: 06 CAFETERIABIRD, AARON LUNCH REFUND 54.06CFG INC SERVICE/SUPPLIES 384.93CONESTOGA SCHOOLS LUNCHES 1,251.72OPAA FOOD MANAGEMENT INC SERVICE 78,530.33Fund Total: 80,221.04Checking 1 Fund: 08 SPECIAL BLDG FUNDAMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES INC SUPPLIES 1,748.56BSN SPORTS LLC SUPPLIES 4,198.94DLR GROUP INC SERVICES 61,783.71HOME DEPOT U.S.A. D/B/A HOME DEPOT SUPPLIES 1,718.45PROMAKERBOT INDUSTRIES LLC SUPPLIES 189.26MIDWEST SOUND & LIGHTING RENTAL 10,400.00PIONEER SQUARE BRANDS INC SUPPLIES 800.00PRIME COMMUNICATIONS REPAIRS 13,497.45PROFESSIONAL HEATING AND AIR SERVICE 235,465.40Fund Total: 329,801.77Checking 1 Fund: 10 HEADSTART 20CENTERPOINT ENERGY SERVICES INC FUEL 259.96CHANDLER, PHYLLIS SERVICE 125.00CITY OF PLATTSMOUTH WATER & SEWER 272.90Plattsmouth Community Schools Page: 401/09/2020 2:02 PMBoard ReportUser ID: THAITHVendor Name Vendor Description AmountDOLLAR GENERAL SUPPLIES 18.48GREAT KIDS INC SUPPLIES 2,190.00HY-VEE STORES FUEL/SUPPLIES 210.72KONICA MINOLTA PREMIER FINANCE COPIER LEASES/SUPPLIES 231.37MID-STATES SCHOOL BUS INC BUS SERVICE 7,867.59NEBRASKA PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT ELECTRICITY 673.06OPAA FOOD MANAGEMENT INC SERVICE 1,028.63PRESTO X COMPANY PEST CONTROL 76.75RGS REPAIR INC SERVICES 70.00VERIZON WIRELESS CELL SERVICE 50.73WASTE MANAGEMENT OF NEBRASKA INC TRASH SERVICE 135.52WINDSTREAM TELEPHONE SERVICE 179.23Fund Total: 13,389.94Checking Account Total: 738,105.68Checking 3Checking 3 Fund: 05 ACTIVITY FUNDHY-VEE STORES FUEL/SUPPLIES 744.62J.W. PEPPER & SON INC SUPPLIES 42.00MID-STATES SCHOOL BUS INC BUS SERVICE 772.63OPAA FOOD MANAGEMENT INC SERVICE 60.00RIDDELL/ALL AMERICAN SPORTS CORP SERVICE/SUPPLIES 282.58Fund Total: 1,901.83Checking Account Total: 1,901.83Plattsmouth Community Schools Page: 101/09/2020 2:03 PMBoard ReportUser ID: THAITHVendor Name Vendor Description AmountChecking 1Checking 1 Fund: 01 GENERALFIRST NATIONAL BANK EXPENSES 5,476.41WAL-MART SUPPLIES 148.62Fund Total: 5,625.03Checking 1 Fund: 12 STUDENT FEESWAL-MART SUPPLIES 19.52Fund Total: 19.52Checking Account Total: 5,644.55(1:30)20(43124)

Cass County School District 097Elmwood-Murdock Public SchoolsJanuary 8, 2020A meeting of the Board of Education of the Elmwood-Murdock Public Schools wasconvened in open and public session at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 8th in theboardroom in the high school at Murdock. Board members Mark Luetchens, Mark Meyer,Jesse Rust, Dave Oehlerking, Kathy Frahm and Jeff Backemeyer were present. Also present was Superintendent Ryan Knippelmeyer, Elementary Principal Trisha Nichelson, Secondary Principal Tim Allemang.Notice of the meeting was given in advance by posting in accordance with the Boardapproved method for giving notice of meetings. Notice of this meeting and the subjects to be discussed at the meeting were given in advance to all members of the Board ofEducation. A current copy of the agenda was maintained as stated in the publicized notice.Board President Mark Luetchens called the meeting to order at 7:02 p.m.Election of officers for 2020 as follows:Oehlerking/Rust (M/S) for Luetchens for president; motion passed 6-0Rust/Oehlerking (M/S) for Frahm for vice president; motion passed 6-0Rust/Backemeyer (M/S) for Meyer for secretary; motion passed 6-0Oehlerking/Luetchens (M/S) for Backemeyer for treasurer; motion passed 6-0Rust/Backemeyer (M/S) to approve board bills, consent agenda, and roll. Motion passed 6-0The Board received and reviewed reports from: Elementary Principal / Special Education /Director, Secondary Principal/Activities Director and Superintendent.Action Items:Oehlerking/Rust (M/S) to designate the Plattsmouth Journal as the official newspaperfor the Elmwood-Murdock School District. Motion passed 6-0Backemeyer/Frahm (M/S) to designate the Corn Growers State Bank in Murdock and the American Exchange Bank in Elmwood as the official depositories for Elmwood-Murdock School District funds. Motion passed 6-0Rust/Backemeyer (M/S) to go into Executive Session at 7:45 p.m. for the purpose ofconducting strategy session with respect to collective bargaining. Motion passed 6-0Rust/Frahm (M/S) to come out of Executive session at 7:54 p.m. Motion passed 6-0Discussion items included:The Board received and reviewed a rough draft of the 2019-2020 District Newsletter and District Report Card that will be emailed to all district patrons on January 10, 2020.The Board reviewed the 2020 committee roles as presented. All committees are staying the same as in 2019.Committee on Americanism / Staff Relations: Frahm (Chair), Rust, LuetchensBudget: Backemeyer (Chair), Oehlerking, LuetchensAdministrative Review: Oehlerking (Chair), Backemeyer, MeyerNegotiations: Luetchens (Chair) Frahm, RustPolicy: Rust (Chair), Oehlerking, MeyerFacilities / Transportation: Meyer (Chair) Frahm, BackemeyerThe Board reviewed the draft agenda for the special board meeting for strategic planning on January 25, 2020, beginning at 8:00 a.m. in the boardroom.Rust/Oehlerking (M/S) to adjourn at 8:20 p.m. Motion passed 6-0The next regular Board of Education meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, February 12,2020, beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the boardroom at Elmwood-Murdock High SchoolRespectfully submitted,Mark Meyer, Board SecretaryELMWOOD-MURDOCK PUBLIC SCHOOLSBILLS FOR APPROVALJANUARY 2020GENERAL FUNDVendor Name Vendor Description AmountAG TAC SERVICES, LLC SERVICES 10,932.18ALLEMANG, TIMOTHY MILEAGE 153.70AMAZON SUPPLIES 778.88ASHLAND DISPOSAL SERVICE SERVICES 482.00BULLDOGS BAR FOOD 467.50CENTERPOINT ENERGY SERVICES SERVICES 497.15RETAIL, LLCCREATIVE MATHEMATICS SUPPLIES 48.00DUANE'S AUTO REPAIR REPAIR 45.00E-M LUNCH FUND SUPPLIES 274.45EAKES OFFICE SOLUTIONS SUPPLIES 1,294.29EDUCATIONAL SERVICE UNIT #3 SERVICES 3,980.73EGAN SUPPLY CO SUPPLIES 329.36FRONTIER COOPERATIVE GAS/OIL 2,612.89GARRETT, MARQUES SERVICES 100.00GENERAL FIRE/SAFETY EQUIP CO SERVICES 1,507.63HYNES, LISA SUPPLIES 35.60JAYMAR BUSINESS FORMS, INC SUPPLIES 94.47JUST FOR KIDS SERVICES 1,600.00JW PEPPER & SON, INC SUPPLIES 42.19KIDWELL INC SERVICES 275.00KNIPPELMEYER, RYAN MILEAGE/FEES 311.72KONICA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SERVICES 387.56KONICA MINOLTA PREMIER FINANCE LEASE 700.00LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR ADV/PRINTING 59.60LUCAS, MICHAEL FEES 2,400.00MCGRAW-HILL EDUCATION SUPPLIES 142.14MEESKE ACE HARDWARE SUPPLIES 395.56MENARDS SUPPLIES 121.10MENARDS SUPPLIES 895.55METAL DOORS & HARDWARE COMPANY INC SERVICES 300.00MICK'S DIESEL REPAIR REPAIR 24,778.47NCS PEARSON INC SUPPLIES 259.05NICHELSON, TRISHA MILEAGE 45.24OLD REPUBLIC SURETY COMPANY FEES 100.00OPPD ELECTRICITY 9,636.19PAYSTUBZ SERVICES 48.62PERRY,GUTHERY,HAASE&GESSFORD,P.C. LEGAL SERVICES 367.50PESI INC FEES 219.99PRENTICE PEST MANAGEMENT SERVICES 110.00SCREEN SURGEONS SUPPLIES 49.00UNITE PRIVATE NETWORKS, LLC SERVICES 1,385.00VERIZON SERVICES 40.01VILLAGE OF ELMWOOD WATER/SEWER 184.00WALDINGER CORPORATION SERVICES 4,003.74WILSON, CHARLES SERVICES 400.00MONTHLY EXPENDITURES $72,891.06PAYROLL EXPENDITURES $398,992.33TOTAL EXPENDITURES $471,883.39GENERAL FUND PREPAIDS-DECEMBER 2019AMAZON FEES 119.00BLENDER INSTITUTE SOFTWARE 128.27VIDEO BLOCKS SOFTWARE 349.00MONTHLY EXPENDITURES $596.27(1:3)20(43125)

PLATTSMOUTH CITY COUNCILJanuary 6, 2020A meeting of the City Council of the City of Plattsmouth, Nebraska was convened in open and public session at 7:00 o'clock p.m. on January 6, 2020 at Plattsmouth City Hall in Plattsmouth Nebraska. Present were Mayor R. Paul Lambert and Council Members: Steve Riese, Morgan Muller, Sean Minahan, Terry Kerns and Jeanie Brookhouser. Council Members Absent: Doug Derby and Wanda Wiemer. Also present: City Administrator Ervin Portis, City Clerk Sandra J. Meyer and City Attorney Stephen Q. Preston. This is a regular meeting of the Mayor and City Council of Plattsmouth. Notice of meeting was published on December 26, 2019 in the Plattsmouth Journal. Proof of publication along with the Mayor and Council's Acknowledgment of Receipt of Notice are on file. The Open Meetings Act is posted on the bulletin board in the City Council chambers. A copy of the agenda and all documents to be discussed is available to the public. All proceedings hereafter shown were taken while the convened meeting was open to the public. We will follow the agenda that was made available to the public. Please silence cell phones.ITEM 5-CITIZEN DELEGATIONNo one spoke at citizen Delegation.ITEM 6-MAYORAL PROCLAMATIONSThere were no Mayoral Proclamations.ITEM 7-CONSENT AGENDAMotion by Brookhouser seconded by Riese to approve the consent agenda as presented: AConsider approval of the December 16, 2019 City Council Meeting MinutesBConsider approval of claimsClaims Register Report as of 1/6/20 Pay Date: 12/20/19 118875.66 Com Ctr 7076.71EMS 11942.05General 15773.14Library 8055.05Parks and Cemetery 3607.84Police 40186.94Senior Center 2509.83Street 12334.79Water and Sewer 17389.31 Pay Date: 1/3/20 122041.7 Com Ctr 5782.71EMS 12690.22General 17189.99Library 7212.5Parks and Cemetery 3414.48Police 43673.1Senior Center 2131.97Street 12658.01Water and Sewer 17288.72 Various Vendor Name AMERICAN FAMILY LIFE 651.95AMERITAS 33016.5AMERITAS LIFE INSURANCE CORP 148.12BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD 54481.15DELTA DENTAL PLAN 3160.28DIVISION OF CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES 800.28FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE 360HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 202.85INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE 52125.11MUTUAL OF OMAHA 774.04NEBRASKA CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENT CENTER 392.32NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE 8003.89NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE (SALES TAX) 12608.89PLATTSMOUTH COMMUNITY CENTER 2313.66PLATTSMOUTH STATE BANK 272.16 Department : 01 - GENERAL ADMINISTRATION BOMGAARS SUPPLY 23.7CHARTER BUSINESS 198.34CLAY D LINCOLN 50EGAN SUPPLY CO 48.33FIRST BANKCARD 261.06FIX IN A ZIP LLC 4447KATHRYN SHARP 125KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 25.5KONICA MINOLTA PREMIER FINANCE 221.16OFFICE DEPOT INC 25.01OLMSTED & PERRY ENGINEERING 82.5PETTY CASH CITY 6PITNEY BOWES INC 39.48SOFTCHOICE CORPORATION 1605THE COLUMBUS TELEGRAM 1207.78WELCH LAW FIRM LLC 6000Department : 02 - HUMANE/CODE ENFORCEMENT BOMGAARS SUPPLY 18.05H & H SALES INC 186.24 Department : 03 - EMS ACCELERATED GRAPHX LLC 300ALADTEC INC 1865BLACK HILLS ENERGY 95.99BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC 800.07DANKO EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT 2911.7FIRST BANKCARD 558.5FORT DEARBORN LIFE INSURANCE CO 68.8KONICA MINOLTA PREMIER FINANCE 35.78LINDER TIRE & AUTO INC 1433.4MATHESON TRI-GAS INC 119.68METRO BILLING SERVICES LLP 1254OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY OF OMAHA 78.5REBECCA L GRAF 89.36STERICYCLE INC 259.42STRYKER SALES CORPORATION 32474.04TODD K HINTZE 12.93WALKERS INC 32.76YANT TESTING SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT 1546.02Department : 04 - POLICE ACCELERATED GRAPHX LLC 165.5AMERICAN FUTURE SYSTEMS INC 254.95BOMGAARS SUPPLY 21.98CASS COUNTY SHERIFF 3615DIGITAL ALLY INC 245FERGUSON ENTERPRISES 275FIRST BANKCARD 709GALLS 52.98GREAT PLAINS UNIFORMS 720.49H & H SALES INC 2415.65IMPACT MANUFACTURING 45.07INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR PROPERTY AND EVIDENCE INC 345JOSHUA MEDEIROS 15.9KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 16.19KONICA MINOLTA PREMIER FINANCE 154.29MID-STATES ORGANIZED CRIME INFO 150POLICE CHIEFS ASSOC OF NEBRASKA 50SID TOOL CO INC 719.78WOODHOUSE FORD SOUTH INC 551.25 Department : 05 - STREET AGRIVISION EQUIPMENT GROUP LLC 271.46BOMGAARS SUPPLY 485.22BOO INC DBA BOBCAT OF OMAHA 308.86FASTENAL COMPANY 363.08HD SUPPLY CONSTRUCTION & INDUSTRIAL WHITE CAP 252.89IMPACT MANUFACTURING 36.72JESSICA FORBS 101.98LINDER TIRE & AUTO INC 170OFFICE DEPOT INC 213.2SID TOOL CO INC 160.96Department : 06 - LIBRARY BAKER & TAYLOR BOOKS 2221.37FIRST BANKCARD 1154.66KIRSTEN WOOD 59.92KONICA MINOLTA PREMIER FINANCE 154.29LYNNE CAMPBELL 79.9OKEEFE ELEVATOR CO INC 194.83SOFTCHOICE CORPORATION 299.99STEPHEN C WARGA 36WINDSTREAM 146.07 Department : 07 - PARKS AGRIVISION EQUIPMENT GROUP LLC 1233.09CHARTER BUSINESS 36.91JUSTIN A MARSH 1725.17PRUITT OUTDOOR POWER 173.5THE COLUMBUS TELEGRAM 6.32 Department : 08 - CEMETERY LINDER TIRE & AUTO INC 133.22NEBRASKA PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT 64.88OREILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC 125.88WINDSTREAM 139.83 Department : 10 - FIRE BLACK HILLS ENERGY 95.99FIRST BANKCARD 9.26FORT DEARBORN LIFE INSURANCE CO 172KONICA MINOLTA PREMIER FINANCE 35.78OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY OF OMAHA 78.5THE COLUMBUS TELEGRAM 7.58TODD K HINTZE 12.93WALKERS INC 32.74YANT TESTING SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT 1546.03Department : 11 - SENIOR CITIZEN CTR CHARTER BUSINESS 143.26HYVEE 214.5OFFICE DEPOT INC 19.98STRATUS BUILDING SOLUTION OF ARIZONA 219THE THOMPSON COMPANY 2767.22WALKERS INC 133Department : 16 - ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OLMSTED & PERRY ENGINEERING 517.04Department : 17 - COMMUNITY CENTER CHARTER BUSINESS 429.79EGAN SUPPLY CO 410.08FIRST BANKCARD 287.1KONICA MINOLTA PREMIER FINANCE 186.7OFFICE DEPOT INC 45.42OKEEFE ELEVATOR CO INC 389.66SEI SECURITY EQUIPMENT 468STRATUS BUILDING SOLUTION OF ARIZONA 1870THE WALDINGER CORPORATION 1563.66WALKERS INC 120Department : 18 - AQUATIC CHARTER BUSINESS 36.91Department : 20 - WATER AMERICAN WATER WORKS ASSOC 204BOMGAARS SUPPLY 229.24BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC 43CORE & MAIN LP 2167.48DPC INDUSTRIES INC 490FIRST BANKCARD 116.75MATHESON TRI-GAS INC 180.45MISSISSIPPI LIME COMPANY 7624NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE (SALES TAX) 308.28NEBRASKA PUBLIC HEALTH ENVIRONMENTAL LAB 385NEBRASKA PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT 6433.84NEBRASKA RURAL WATER 275OLMSTED & PERRY ENGINEERING 8880.94OXEN TECHNOLOGY 619.5RGS REPAIR INC 799.58SOFTCHOICE CORPORATION 226.48TYLER TECHNOLOGIES 90WELCH LAW FIRM LLC 2000Department : 30 - SEWER BLACK HILLS ENERGY 392.82BOMGAARS SUPPLY 804.96BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC 43CORE & MAIN LP 1783.39CUMMINS CENTRAL INC 1401.5JUSTIN A MARSH 524.16MID IOWA SOLID WASTE EQUIPMENT 92.55NEBRASKA PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT 1564.87OLMSTED & PERRY ENGINEERING 4920.5OMAHA DOOR & WINDOW COMPANY 487.75OXEN TECHNOLOGY 619.5RAILROAD MANAGEMENT COMPANY III LLC 696.73SAVAGE PLUMBING INC 1500TYLER TECHNOLOGIES 90WELCH LAW FIRM LLC 2000WINDSTREAM 51.06ROLL CALL: Yes-Minahan, Kerns, Muller, Brookhouser and Riese. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED.ITEM 8-UNFINISHED BUSINESSITEM 8 ASteve Perry, PE, Olmsted & Perry Consulting Engineers Inc. reviewed Application for Payment No. 2 (Final Retainage) submitted by Omaha Electric Service Inc. 2019 Flood Recovery Project - Reconstruction of City Well No. 6 (PW#111072 ) in the amount of $ 2,761.00. This is the final retainage and recommended approval contingent on receipt of closeout documents. Motion by Riese seconded by Muller to approve Application for Payment No. 2 (Final Retainage) submitted by Omaha Electric Service Inc. 2019 Flood Recovery Project - Reconstruction of City Well No. 6 (PW#111072 ) in the amount of $ 2,761.00 and authorize the Mayor to execute Pay Application No. 2 contingent on receipt of closeout documents. ROLL CALL: Yes-Brookhouser, Riese, Kerns, Muller and Minahan. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED.Council member Kerns stated that he would be abstaining from any discussion or action on ITEM 8 B and ITEM 8 C as he is President and Majority Shareholder of Kerns Excavating Co. which creates a conflict of interest.ITEM 8 BSteve Perry, PE, Olmsted & Perry Consulting Engineers Inc. reviewed Change Order No. 7 submitted by Kerns Excavating Inc. for the US Highway 75 Utility Relocations to extend the contract completion date to February 01, 2020. This request is due to flood recovery from the 2019 floods and approval was recommended. Motion by Brookhouser seconded by Riese to approve Change Order No. 7 submitted by Kerns Excavating Inc. for the US Highway 75 Utility Relocations to extend the contract completion date to February 01, 2020 and authorize the Mayor to execute Change Order No. 7. ROLL CALL: Yes-Muller, Brookhouser,Riese and Minahan. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-Kerns. Mayor Lambert voted "Yes", providing the additional vote required to create a majority of members elected to the council. MOTION CARRIED.ITEM 8 CSteve Perry, PE, Olmsted & Perry Consulting Engineers Inc. reviewed Change Order No. 1 submitted by Kerns Excavating Co. Inc. for the 2019 Flood Recovery Project - Standby Generator Support Structures Project to extend the contract completion date to February 1, 2020. Erv Portis, City Administrator asked that the completion date be amended to February 13, 2020 as there was an error on the agenda that was in the packets. Again, this request is due to delays caused by the 2019 flooding and Mr. Perry recommended approval with the amended contract completion date of February 13, 2020. Motion by Muller seconded by Brookhouser to approve Change Order No. 1 submitted by Kerns Excavating Co. Inc. for the 2019 Flood Recovery Project - Standby Generator Support Structures Project to extend the contract completion date to February 13, 2020 and authorize the Mayor to execute Change Order No. 1. ROLL CALL: Yes-Minahan, Brookhouser, Riese and Muller. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-Kerns. Mayor Lambert voted "Yes", providing the additional vote required to create a majority of members elected to the council. MOTION CARRIED.ITEM 8 DErv Portis, City Administrator and Steve Perry, PE, Olmsted & Perry Consulting Engineers Inc. gave a presentation on the erosion from the flood and placing barriers at the Water Plant, Wastewater Treatment Plant and Wells 6 and 8. The estimated cost is $240,000.00 for materials for all sites. The labor would be done with City Staff. Motion by Riese seconded by Muller to authorize the purchase of Flood Protection Barriers for the Wastewater Treatment Plant using the State of Iowa Contract. ROLL CALL: Yes-Brookhouser, Kerns, Minahan, Muller and Riese. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED.ITEM 8 EMotion by Brookhouser seconded by Kerns to approve the Certification of Compliance of Maintenance Agreement No. 21 QE 1125 Supp 1 between the Nebraska Department of Transportation and the Municipality of Plattsmouth for Calendar Year 2019 and authorize the Mayor to execute the Agreement. ROLL CALL: Yes-Riese, Muller, Minahan, Kerns and Brookhouser. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED.ITEM 9 - NEW BUSINESSITEM 9 APursuant to publication Mayor Lambert opened a public hearing at 7:40 p.m. to receive public input on final project status concerning the use of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) 09-DTR-101 funds. No one spoke in favor, opposition or of a neutral nature. Mayor Lambert closed the public hearing at 7:42 p.m.ITEM 9 BPursuant to publication, Mayor Lambert opened a public hearing at 7:43 p.m. to receive public input on the Intention to consider levying a special assessment against each of the real estate parcels listed in Resolution No. 20-001 in the amount set opposite to such parcel. Each of the parcels have outstanding bills against them for nuisance abatement conducted by the City in accordance with the Plattsmouth Municipal Code. Captain Ryan Crick of the Plattsmouth Police Department presented an exhibit to the City Clerk to show cause for the levying of special assessments. No one else spoke in favor, opposition or of a neutral nature. Mayor Lambert closed the public hearing at 7:44 p.m.ITEM 9 CErv Portis, City Administrator informed Council there are three properties: 211 N. 15th St.; 805 Main St.; and 1305 17th Ave. that we received payment on and are to be removed from the listing. Motion by Muller seconded by Brookhouser to adopt RESOLUTION NO. 20-001: A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, LEVYING THE COST AND EXPENSE OF NUISANCE ABATEMENT WORK AS A SPECIAL ASSESSMENT ON THE REAL ESTATE PARCELS LISTED ON THE CITY'S "SUMMARY ABATEMENT OF NUISANCES WORK REPORT - THROUGH OCTOBER 31, 2019" INCLUDED AS ATTACHMENT "A" TO THIS RESOLUTION with amendments to Attachment A excluding 211 N. 15th St., 805 Main St. and 1305 17th Avenue by title only. Erv Portis, City Administrator read RESOLUTION NO. 20-001 in to the record by title only. ROLL CALL: Yes-Muller, Brookhouser, Riese, Minahan and Kerns. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED. ITEM 9 DCouncil member Riese introduced an ordinance numbered and titled as follows: ORDINANCE NO. 1966: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA TO ENACT CHAPTER 6, ARTICLE 5, SECTIONS 6-501 THROUGH 6-507 OF THE PLATTSMOUTH REVISED MUNICIPAL ORDINANCES 2011 RELATED TO PERMITS TO OCCUPY THE CITY'S RIGHTS-OF-WAY; TO REPEAL ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; TO PROVIDE FOR PUBLICATION IN PAMPHLET FORM; AND TO PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Motion by Riese seconded by Kerns to approve firstreading of ORDINANCE NO. 1966: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OFPLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA TO ENACT CHAPTER 6, ARTICLE 5, SECTIONS 6-501 THROUGH 6-507 OF THE PLATTSMOUTH REVISED MUNICIPAL ORDINANCES 2011 RELATED TO PERMITS TO OCCUPY THE CITY'S RIGHTS-OF-WAY; TO REPEAL ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; TO PROVIDE FOR PUBLICATION IN PAMPHLET FORM; AND TO PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE DATE by title only. ROLL CALL: Yes-Kerns, Riese, Minahan, Brookhouser and Muller. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED. City Administrator, Ervin Portis read ORDINANCE NO. 1966 in to the record by title only.ITEM 9 ECouncil member Brookhouser introduced an ordinance numbered and titled as follows: ORDINANCE NO. 1967: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA TO ENACT CHAPTER 6, ARTICLE 6, SECTIONS 6-601 THROUGH 6-607 OF THE PLATTSMOUTH REVISED MUNICIPAL ORDINANCES 2011 RELATED TO SMALL WIRELESS FACILITIES IN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY; TO REPEAL ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; TO PROVIDE FOR PUBLICATION IN PAMPHLET FORM; AND TO PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Motion by Brookhouser seconded by Riese to approve first reading of ORDINANCE NO. 1967: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA TO ENACT CHAPTER 6, ARTICLE 6, SECTIONS 6-601 THROUGH 6-607 OF THE PLATTSMOUTH REVISED MUNICIPAL ORDINANCES 2011 RELATED TO SMALL WIRELESS FACILITIES IN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY; TO REPEAL ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; TO PROVIDE FOR PUBLICATION IN PAMPHLET FORM; AND TO PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE DATE by title only. ROLL CALL: Yes-Brookhouser, Muller, Riese, Kerns and Minahan. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED. City Administrator, Ervin Portis read ORDINANCE NO. 1967 in to the record by title only.ITEM 9 FCouncil member Minahan asked that the question be separated and the reappointment of Angie Minahan to the Plattsmouth Planning Commission be considered separate as he has a conflict of interest and would not be discussing or voting on her reappointment.Motion by Minahan seconded by Kerns to separate the question and consider the reappointment of Angie Minahan to the Plattsmouth Planning Commission as a separate item. ROLL CALL: Yes-Minahan, Kerns, Muller, Brookhouser and Riese. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED.Motion by Brookhouser seconded by Riese to approve the reappointment of the following members of the Plattsmouth Planning Commission: Jeff Kindig, Rich McKinley, DeWayne Prince, Robert Rice, Heather Herlick, Mike Bowman, Mary Harding and Michael Vaughn. ROLL CALL: Yes-Brookhouser, Kerns, Minahan, Muller and Riese. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED.Motion by Kerns seconded by Muller to approve the reappointment of Angie Minahan to the Plattsmouth Planning Commission. ROLL CALL: Yes-Riese, Muller, Kerns and Brookhouser. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-Minahan. Mayor Lambert voted "Yes", providing the additional vote required to create a majority of members elected to the council. MOTION CARRIED.ITEM 9 GMotion Brookhouser seconded by Riese to receive with regrets Cheryl Grimshaw's letter of resignation as a member of the Plattsmouth City Council-Ward 2 effective December 31, 2019. ROLL CALL: Yes-Brookhouser, Riese, Kerns, Muller and Minahan. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED.ITEM 9 HMotion by Kerns seconded by Riese to approve the appointment of Gary Hellwig to the Plattsmouth Airport Authority to fill a vacancy. ROLL CALL: Yes-Muller, Minahan, Brookhouser, Kerns and Riese. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED.ITEM 9 IMotion by Riese seconded by Muller to approve the appointment of Ransom Cole to the Plattsmouth Airport Authority to fill a vacancy. ROLL CALL: Yes-Riese, Minahan, Kerns, Brookhouser and Muller. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED.ITEM 9 JMotion by Brookhouser seconded by Riese to approve the appointment of Anna Ostrand as a new member of the Plattsmouth Emergency Medical Services Department and the addition of her name to the roster. ROLL CALL: Yes-Brookhouser, Kerns, Minahan, Muller and Riese. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED.ITEM 9 KMike Wilson, Chief of the Plattsmouth Volunteer Fire Department reviewed the 2019 Year End Report for the Department. Chief Wilson introduced his officers for 2020.ITEM 9 LMotion by Brookhouser seconded by Riese to approve the Plattsmouth Volunteer Fire Department Membership roster. ROLL CALL: Yes-Riese, Muller, Minahan, Kerns and Brookhouser. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED.ITEM 128:21 p.m. Motion by Brookhouser seconded by Riese to adjourn. MOTION CARRIED, on a voice vote./s/R. Paul Lambert, Mayor ATTEST:/s/Sandra J. Meyer, City Clerk(1:30)20(43126)

MINUTES OF MEETING FOR: January 21, 2020 - Notice of the meeting was given in advance by publication in the Plattsmouth Journal and online at www.cassne.org. Agendas was made available for public inspection at the office of the Cass County Clerk.8:00am Call Meeting to Order: Roll call; Sharp, McCartney, Peterson, Henry and Murdoch. CONVENE -BOARD OF EQUALIZATION-Teresa Salinger, County Assessor: 1.Correction to Tax Rolls/Omitted Property/Assessment Rolls (Real/Personal) Parcel #(s): list provided by AssessorMOTION: Peterson moved, McCartney seconded to table until 2020 meeting for lack of documentation. Motion carried 5-02.Exemption Application on Motor Vehicles: Great Plains Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church (1) 2015 Toyota RAV4MOTION: Sharp moved, Murdoch seconded to approve motor vehicle exemptions filed by Great Plains Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church as presented. Motion carried 5-08:03am ADJOURN AS CASS COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION: MOTION: Henry moved, McCartney seconded.8:04am CONVENE - BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS: Commissioner's Announcements/Comments: NoneCONSENT AGENDA: 1/7/2020 Minutes, Claims, Payroll/Time Balance Reports for 1/21/2020MOTION: McCartney moved, Murdoch seconded to approve consent agenda as prepared. Motion carried 5-0GENERAL CLAIMS: Ameritas Life Insurance $2,387.20 (Ins) Ameritas Life Insurance $27,532.45 (Ins) Barclay's $378.96 (Srv) Nancy Bergman $30.00 (Srv) Black Hills Energy $3,317.39 (Srv) Scott Bornemeier LLC $34.99 (Srv) Boundtree Medical LLC $1,163.79 (Sup) Broadview Networks $319.68 (Srv) Cash-Wa Distributing $851.05 (Srv) Cass County Court $3,724.00 (Srv) Cass County Extension $384.73 (Srv) Cass County Refuse $193.05 (Srv) Cass County Sheriff $988.14 (Srv) Cass County Sheriff $934.97 (Srv) Charm-Tex Inc $524.30 (Srv) Charter Communications $167.27 (Srv) Clerk of the District Court $108.00 (Srv) Cody Inc $807.00 (Srv) Comdata Corporation $1,562.85 (Srv) Conner Psychological Services $365.00 (Srv) Cornhusker State Industries $274.00 (Srv) Crawford Supply Company $640.34 (Sup) Percival Culligan Water $19.90 (Sup) Dataspec Inc. $898.00 (Srv) Department of Correctional Services $9,188.82 (Srv) Digital-Ally $415.00 (Sup) Douglas County District Court $12.25 (Srv) Dugan Business Forms $894.50 (Sup) Eakes Office Solutions $1,778.00 (Srv) Electronic Contracting Company $112.74 (Srv) EMS Connect $90.00 (Srv) Tracy Ensor $100.00 (Reim) Father Flannagan's Boys Home $540.00 (Srv) Fireguard Inc $562.65 (Srv) Kelly Fitzpatrick $8.63 (Reim) FP Mailing Solutions $263.40 (Sup) Frontier Cooperative $379.76 (Srv) Futurity IT, Inc $4,000.00 (Srv) Galls LLC. $345.28 (Sup) Johnson & Pekney $937.60 (Srv) Grainger $969.82 (Srv) Green Fees Lawn & Irrigation $65.00 (Srv) Heartland Aqua Tech $20.00 (Sup) Dan Henry $1,433.66 (Reim) Hometown leasing $453.89 (Srv) Hometown Leasing $1,015.70 (Srv) Hy-Vee $575.00 (Sup) Johnson & Pekny LLC $1,008.00 (Srv) Jones Automotive Inc $493.50 (Srv) Keefe Supply Company $56.50 (Sup) Kerns Excavating Co $95.00 (Srv) Konica Minolta Bus Solutions $19.12 (Srv) Kade Krueger $105.80 (Reim) Brad Ksiazek $46.40 (Reim) KVC Behavioral Healthcare $5,2808.00 (Srv) Lancaster County Sheriff Department $63.05 (Srv) LG Cleaners Inc $72.00 (Srv) Gerald Liess $562.50 (Srv) Lincoln Journal Star $294.39 (Srv) Linder Tire & Auto Inc $64.00 (Srv) Dana Long $9.78 (Srv) Amy Luttman $319.94 (Reim) Village of Manley $68.00 (Srv) Marco Inc $49.58 (Srv) Marcy Mortuary $700.00 (Srv) Matheson Tri-Gas Inc $247.59 (Srv) Janet McCartney $610.74 (Reim) Meeske Ace Hardware $108.33 (Sup) Menards $48.02 (Sup) Metropolitan Area Planning Agency $5,870.00 (Srv) Mid America First Call Inc $200.00 (Srv) MIPS Inc $2,190.31 (Srv) Mullenex Auto Supply Inc $28.26 (Sup) NACO $40.00 (Srv) NE Computer Parts LLC $203.96 (Srv) Nebraska Association of County Clerk/Register of Deeds $150.00 (Srv) NE Department of Agriculture $90.00 (Srv) Nebraska Emergency Services $180.00 (Srv) The Nebraska Medical Center $2,828.45 (Sup) NPPD $108.92 (Srv) NE State Library Publications $209.40 (Srv) Nebraska.gov $15.00 (Srv) Office Warehouse $387.50 (Sup) Omega Chemical Co Inc $727.07 (Srv) H.S.A $2,150.00 (Ins) William Ouren $450.00 (Reim) Owens Educational Services Inc $929.96 (Srv) Oxen Technology $8,500.00 (Srv) Paper Tiger Shredding Inc $126.00 (Srv) Papillion Sanitations $170.40 (Srv) Payless Office Products $8.15 (Sup) City of Plattsmouth $1,158.37 (Srv) Plattsmouth State Bank $27,924.09 (Ins) Pottawattamie County Court $32.10 (Srv) Prairie Mechanical Corp $525.00 (Srv) Premier Waste Solutions LLC $281.00 (Srv) Thomas Prickett $984.00 (Srv) Pro's Shirt Shop $68.00 (Sup) Jill Reese $129.92 (Reim) Region 6 $18,168.50 (Srv) Reliance Standard Life $176.81 (Adjust)Reliance Standard Life ACC $-.08 (Adjust) Reliance Standard Life CRIT $-.18 (Adjust) Reliance Standard Life HOSP $-.07 (Adjust) Reliance Standard Life LONGT $-93.14 (Adjust) Reliance Standard Life SHORT $-243.91 (Adjust) Ricoh USA Inc $239.53 (Srv) Sarpy County Sheriff Dept $39.27 (Srv) Secretary of State $20.00 (Srv) Shaw Hardware Store $34.67 (Sup) Michael Slattery $1,764.54 (Reim) Robin Small $20.58 (Reim) Softchoice Corporation $250.00 (Srv) Software Unlimited $240.00 (Srv) Stericycle Inc $80.00 (Srv) Stop N Shop $1,417.04 (Srv) Stryker Medical $594.00 (Srv) Summit Food Service, LLC $13,402.51 (Sup) The Home Depot Pro $683.79 (Sup) Thomson Reuters - West $1,088.36 (Srv) Bobie Touchstone $10,224.00 (Srv) US Bank $942.43 (Srv) US Bank Voyager $2,398.41 (Srv) Unifirst Corporation $173.02 (Srv) United HealthCare $80,639.76 (Adjust) University of Nebraska - IT $76.10 (Srv) Verizon Connect $1,084.90 (Srv) Vesta Voluntary Specialists, Inc $89.50 (Srv) Voss Lighting $332.00 (Srv) VSP Vision $30.51 (Adjust) Cara Whitmarsh $42.55 (Reim) Windstream $11,991.20 (Srv) Windstream Communications $1,717.11 (Srv) CLAIMS: $286,340.99; PAYROLL: $321,115.90; TOTAL: $607,456.89 ROAD CLAIMS: Allied Oil & Tire Company $2,574.44 (Srv) Ameripride Linen Supply Co $405.69 (Srv) Village of Avoca $49.00 (Srv) Bobcat of Omaha$32.44 (Srv) Comfort Inn $439.80 (Srv) Eakes Office Solutions $115.00 (Srv) Frontier Cooperative $5,681.60 (Srv) Village of Greenwood $194.59 (Srv) Hometown Leasing $123.40 (Srv) Meeske Ace Hardware $448.07 (Sup) Michael Todd & Co $5,506.58 (Srv) Midwest Service & Sales Co $45,900.00 (Srv) Mullenex Auto Supply Inc $172.37 (Sup) Murphy Tractor & Equip $3,665.04 (Sup) Nebraska Iowa Supply Co Inc $14,133.61 (Sup) NMC Exchange LLC $2,714.85 (Srv) Papillion Sanitations $297.87 (Srv)Pomp's Tire Service Inc $169.50 (Srv) Otoe County Rural Water District #3 $38.50 (Srv) Safety - Kleen Systems Inc $119.75 (Srv) Productivity Plus Account $427.81 (Srv) US Bank Voyager Fleet Sys $789.49 (Srv) Vermeer $300.00 (Srv) Whetrock Inc $4,089.24 (Srv) Wilbur Ellis $68.70 (Sup) CLAIMS: $88,457.34; PAYROLL: $62,070.04; TOTAL: $150,527.38 JUVENILE DIVERSION: $1,337.00 VISITOR PROMOTION: Carl Reichart $221.69 (Reim) Weeping Water Valley Historical $531.05 (Srv) CLAIMS: $752.74; PAYROLL: $961.50; TOTAL: $1,714.24 VISITOR IMPROVEMENT: Village of Elmwood $20,000.00 (Srv) TOTAL: $20,000.00 RECORD PRESERVATION: MIPS Inc $4,370.76 (Srv) TOTAL: $4,370.76 VETS AID: Veterans Aid Fund $5,000.00 (Srv) TOTAL: $5,000.00 E911: Barclay's $1,275.00 (Srv) DAS Central Finance $75.00 (Srv) Electronic Engineering $2,632.54 (Srv) OPPD $196.48 (Srv) Windstream $676.16 (Srv) TOTAL: $4,855.18 E911 WIRELESS: Windstream $2,475.65 (Srv) TOTAL: $2,475.65; OVERALL GRAND TOTAL: $797,737.101. CURRENT/REGULAR AGENDA: MOTION: Peterson moved, Sharp seconded to approve current agenda as prepared. Motion carried 5-02. PAST MEETING ATTENDED BY COMMISSIONERS: Sharp reported: NoneMcCartney reported attending the following Meetings: Testified at Plattsmouth City Hall regarding One Life Church parking issue, MAPA Finance Committee, Region 6 Governing Board, 5 Rivers RC&D and MAPA TTAC.Peterson reported: Discussions with Mark Rathe-Fair Board and Beth Ferrell-NACO regarding land purchase for fair groundsHenry reported: NoneMurdoch reported: None3.OPEN PUBLIC HEARING: None Scheduled4. Litigation & Legal Matters-S. Colin Palm, County Attorney: None Scheduled5. Road Matters-Lenny Thorne, Highway Superintendent: 5A.Discuss/Action- Authorize Chair to sign BNSF Railway CO Release and Settlement Agreement (Young Rd. Damage)MOTION: Henry moved, McCartney seconded to authorize chair to sign BNFS Railway Company Release and Settlement Agreement as presented. Motion carried 4-1, Sharp voting noThorne updated the board on projects and equipment.6.New Business & Unfinished Business: 6A.Discuss/Action- Judge Michael Smith, discuss hiring for the position of District Court Bailiff. Update only no action taken6B.Discuss/Action- Julie Harris- Bike Walk Nebraska, request signage on county roads for gap in MOPAC trailMOTION: McCartney moved to approve placement of signs along the MOPAC trail; MOTION FAILED DUE TO LACK OF SECONDMOTION: Peterson moved, Henry seconded to table request for signage on 334th and Alvo Road until the February 4th board meeting. Motion carried 5-0 6C.Discuss/Action- Roger Johnson- SID #5 request consent for the district to acquire (13) lotsMOTION: McCartney moved, Peterson seconded to give consent to SID to acquire 13 lots (1) 4119 Buccaneer Blvd, (2) 4121 Buccaneer Blvd, (3) 4127 Buccaneer Blvd, (4) 4128 Buccaneer Blvd, (5) 4126 Buccaneer Blvd, (6) 4124 Buccaneer Blvd, (7) 4116 Buccaneer Blvd, (8) 4114 Buccaneer Blvd, (9) 19423 Davy Jones Circle, (10) 3018 Davy Jones Circle, (11) 315 Fairway Circle, (12) 323 Fairway Circle, (13) 3314 Fairway Circle. Motion carried 5-06D.Discuss/Action- RES 2020-01 To continue to provide for the lawful constitutional right of the public for the election of county surveyor by the registered voters of Cass County, NE (tabled 1.7.2020)MOTION: Henry moved, Peterson seconded to adopt Resolution 2020-01 as prepared. Motion carried 5-06E.Discuss/Action- Authorize Clerk to process claim to pay 2017 taxes to the Cass County Treasurer for 602 Ave. A - Probation Bldg.MOTION: McCartney moved, Murdoch seconded to authorize clerk to process claim in the amount of $8,756.97 to the Cass County Treasurer for 2017 taxes for the Probation Building located at 602 Ave. A Plattsmouth, NE 68048. Motion carried 5-0BREAK: 8:50am 6F.Discuss/Action- Nebraska Strong & Cass County Long Term Recovery Group, update board on county flood recovery. Update given - no action taken. 6G.Discuss/Action- Mark Rathe, Cass County Fair Land purchaseRathe provided survey of the 15 acres the AG Society is interested in purchasing. Board members discussed price of land, Zoning of land and future land purchase for the Fair grounds. MOTION: Henry moved, Murdoch seconded to table for review until the February 4th board meeting. Motion carried 5-0 7.Other Business Matters/Public Input & Comments. 9:13am ADJOURN AS CASS COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS: MOTION: Henry moved, Murdoch seconded. Motion carried 5-0I, Gerri Draper, the undersigned Clerk of Cass County, Nebraska do hereby certify the above minutes were taken by me, and are true and correct to the best of my knowledge and are part of the official records of this office. I therefore set my hand and affix the County Seal this 21st day of January, 2020State of Nebraska)County of Cass) ss. Gerri DraperCass County ClerkWe, the undersigned Board of Commissioners of Cass County, Nebraska do hereby certify the above minutes are true and correct to the best of our knowledge, and are part of the official records of the Cass County Clerk's Office. We therefore set our hands this 21st day of January, 2020(1:30)20(43136)

CITY COUNCILJanuary 8, 2020Louisville, NEA regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Louisville was held on Wednesday, January 8, 2020, at 7:00 p.m. at the City Hall. Present were Mayor Roger Behrns, Council Members Jerry McClun, Rod Petersen, Paula Simonson and Randy Jensen. Also present were City Attorney Roger Johnson, Assistant City Supervisor Preston Derby and several guests. Mayor Behrns stated that the Open Meetings Act is posted at the rear of the room and a copy of all meeting materials is available with the clerk. The convened meeting was open to the public. Mayor Behrns called the meeting to order and asked the Council to review the consent agenda. Jensen moves, Simonson seconds to approve the consent agenda. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote. Kari Wockenfuss reported for the care center. Bob Copple was present to request that the city council consider looking into silent railroad crossings by way of forming a Railroad Transportation Safety District (RTSD). The council believes this is worth pursuing. More research will be done. Jensen moves, McClun seconds to ask JEO for a proposal for study of repairs necessary for 6th Street Bridge. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote. McClun moves, Jensen seconds to approve an agreement with MAPA for housing rehabilitation services in the amount of 10% of rehabilitation costs not to exceed $2,500. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote. McClun moves, Simonson seconds to approve the guidelines for Louisville Housing Rehabilitation Program as presented. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote. Simonson moves, Jensen seconds to make a policy that rescue balances under $100 not be sent to collections, over $100 sent with no exceptions. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote. McClun moves, Simonson seconds to require residents show utility bill with trash service line to be able to dump during cleanup days. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote. A general discussion on small cell technology zoning regulations was held.Petersen moves, Jensen seconds to approve the license to occupy 7th Street east of Elm Street with Thomas Wiley and Dorothy Cubrich. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote. Preston reported for water, wastewater and streets.A written sheriff's report was circulated. No reports from fire and rescue. An internal audit control of invoices was conducted. Petersen moves, Jensen seconds to introduce by title only and suspend the three required statutory readings of Ordinance #993; other benefits for Lousville Care Center employees. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote. Petersen moves, McClun seconds to adopt by title only Ordinance #993. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote.McClun moves, Jensen seconds to introduce by title only and suspend the three required statutory readings of Ordinance #994; fee schedule. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote. Jensen moves, Simonson seconds to adopt by title only Ordinance #994. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote.McClun moves, Petersen seconds to approve Resolution 20-01; mileage reimbursement. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote. Petersen moves, Jensen seconds to approve Resolution 20-02; surplus equipment - 2,200 gallon bulk tank and frame. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote. Simonson moves, Petersen seconds to adjourn the meeting at 8:19 p.m. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote. The minutes are published in summary form. Dee Arias, City ClerkAFLAC 418.14AMERICAN FUNDS 478.55A BOWERS 105.94BLACK HILLS 373.70BlueCross/BlueShield 456.52BOUND TREE MEDICA 167.32CANON FINANCIAL 116.31CASS COUNTY SHERIFF 1,250.00CENTERPOINT 298.63CHARTER 185.99CINTAS 130.84CULLIGAN 147.40DANKO EMERGENCY 692.20EAKES 61.30EFTP 5,706.44EXECUTIVE JANITORIAL 600.00FIRST NATIONAL 71.92GRAINGER 1,721.26GULIZIA ELECTRICAL 3,529.39HAWKINS 283.29HOA SOLUTIONS 400.00HSA BANK 1,646.05HUMANA 74.55INLAND TRUCK 1,103.89JACKSON NATIONAL 1,406.83J HEIM 162.00LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR 94.52MATHESON TRI-GAS 663.91MICHAEL TODD 529.60M HOOVER 41.15MILL CREEK AUTO 2,551.26MUNICIPAL SUPPLY 2,506.64NE DEPT OF REVENUE 4,981.68NE FIRE CHIEFS 75.00NE PUBLIC HEALTH 63.00NE RURAL WATER 175.00ONE CALL 16.13OPPD 7,717.84PAPILLION SANITATION 7,018.14PETTY CASH: CITY OFFICE 180.46PINNACLE BANK 1,289.41R JOHNSON 693.00SANDRY FIRE SUPPLY 134.10SAPP BROS. 343.97SPRINGFIELD ACE HARDWARE 233.32S COTTRELL 101.73Stander Trucking 659.68STATE STEEL 764.85SUPERIOR INDUSTRIAL 1,122.00TY THE FENCE GUY 898.68UNUM LIFE 365.52USA BLUE BOOK 1,921.26VERIZON WIRELESS 199.02VERN WESTOVER 4,755.73WEX BANK 580.58WINDOWMAN 30.00WINDSTREAM 670.81ZOLL MEDICAL 510.00Payroll: 12/20/19 9,752.19Payroll: 1/03/20 10,411.82REPORT TOTAL 83,640.46Cash Disbursements JournalLouisville Care Center4 Seasons Awards $39.70American HealthTech $647.36Amie Schrack $7523.75Angela Schnebel $50.00Applol $200.00Bishop Business Equipment $543.20Black Hills Energy $369.32Blakes Pharmacy $5295.88Brenda Gilfert $50.00Britany Knispel $50.00Cassgramm $192.00CenterPoint Energy $568.19Cheryl Taylor $50.00Citi Cards $280.29CitiBusiness Card $1278.96City of Louisville $82.50Community Pharmacy Services $1729.00Complete Hearing $998.50Copple Chevrolet $52.45Crescent electric Supply Company $84.20Coss Country Staffing, Inc. $5556.24Dana J. tuma $242.00Department of Health & Human Services $14,546.00Direct Supply Health Care $1535.84Earthgrains Baking Co's Inc. $405.80Esther L. Dietrich $292.50Eyman plumbing Inc $16,577.92Ferguson Enterprises Inc. $52.156Fusion Medical Staffing $21,997.38Grapetree Medical Staffing $15,259.16Great America Financial Services $281.00HD Supply Facilities Maintenance $139.08Health Care Information Systems $5090.30HR-Revolution $36.00Huntel Communications $150.00InfiNet Solutions, Inc. $2044.99Infinisource Benefit Services $70.00Innovate Rehab $18,755.03Inpro $4939.83Jonny ray Gomez $300.00 Karen Hidalgo $113.66Kari Wockenfuss $198.60Kendra Trauernicht $50.00Mahoney Fire Sprinkler, Inc $160.00McKesson Medical-Surgical Inc. $7159.97Medics At Home Inc. $47.50Mid-American Research Chemical $253.07Mike Taylor $50.00Mill Creek Auto Parts Inc. $122.93Mood: Muzak OA $385.88Next Level Consulting, Inc. $750.00Nichelle R. Horton-Brown $1,000.00Omaha Public Power $6043.88Papillion Sanitation $532.51Patrick Smith $79.00Pegler Sysco Food Service $20,499.93Petty Cash $642.88Physicians Laboratory Services, Inc. $82.00Providers Plus Inc. $586.73PPR Corp $9425.00Quality First Insurance, LLC $13,805.49RetirementHome TV Corporation $987.33Richard A. Sayers $420.00Roger K. Johnson $141.75Sherwin-Williams Co $297.04Springfield Ace Hardware $299.78Stanley Security Solutions $169.50Stericycle $164.25TMS Design Services, Inc $224.00TruGreen $233.78Verizon Wireless $66.72WINDSTREAM $731.31WireBuilt $50.00$195,807.87(1:30)20(43139)

MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL MEETING OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION, SCHOOL DISTRICT #22, CASS COUNTY, WEEPING WATER, NEBRASKAJanuary 24, 2020President Adam DeMike called the meeting to order at 5:30 PM in the Weeping Water Public School Conference Room.Board members attendance at roll call were Present: Haley Dehne, Adam DeMike, Mr Brandon Nash, Mark Rathe, Absent: Jason Brack, Shawn Hammons.1.AGENDAPresent: Haley Dehne, Adam DeMike, Mr Brandon Nash, Mark Rathe, Absent: Jason Brack, Shawn Hammons.1.a.Call the meeting to orderAdam DeMike called the meeting to order at 5:30pm.1.b.Roll CallAlso present were Superintendent Kevin Reiman, Secondary Principal Dr. Tiffanie Welte, Elementary Principal Bristol Wenzl1.c.Acknowledgement of Nebraska Open Meetings Act postedPresident Adam DeMike acknowledged the posting of the Nebraska Meetings Act.1.d.Excuse absent board membersHaley Dehne moved to approve the absence of Jason Brack and Shawn Hammons Mr Brandon Nash seconded the motion. Motion PassedJason Brack: Absent, Haley Dehne: Yea, Adam DeMike: Yea, Shawn Hammons: Absent, Mr Brandon Nash: Yea, Mark Rathe: YeaYea: 4, Nay: 0, Absent: 21.e.Verify meeting publicationMark Rathe moved to approve the meeting publication Mr Brandon Nash seconded the motion. Motion PassedJason Brack: Absent, Haley Dehne: Yea, Adam DeMike: Yea, Shawn Hammons: Absent, Mr Brandon Nash: Yea, Mark Rathe: YeaYea: 4, Nay: 0, Absent: 21.f.Approval of agendaMr Brandon Nash moved to approve the agenda Haley Dehne seconded the motion. Motion PassedJason Brack: Absent, Haley Dehne: Yea, Adam DeMike: Yea, Shawn Hammons: Absent, Mr Brandon Nash: Yea, Mark Rathe: YeaYea: 4, Nay: 0, Absent: 22.Action Items2.a.Accept the resignation of Lori Lindau and authorize the board president to execute the settlement agreement on the board's behalf. Mark Rathe moved to accept the resignation of Lori Lindau and authorize the board president to execute the settlement agreement on the board's behalf Mr Brandon Nash seconded the motion. Motion PassedJason Brack: Absent, Haley Dehne: Yea, Adam DeMike: Yea, Shawn Hammons: Absent, Mr Brandon Nash: Yea, Mark Rathe: YeaYea: 4, Nay: 0, Absent: 23.AdjournmentThe meeting was adjourned at 5:34pm Respectfully submitted,Board Secretary(1:30)20(43142)

ERIC H. LINDQUIST, P.C., L.L.O.Attorneys at Law8712 West Dodge Road, Suite 260Omaha, Nebraska 68114NOTICE OF MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALEBy virtue of an order of sale issued by the District Court of Cass County, Nebraska, and pursuant to a decree of said Court in an action therein indexed at Case No. CI 19-237, wherein U.S. Bank National Association as Trustee for NRZ Inventory Trust, is the plaintiff, and Robert Rice and Patricia Rice, husband and wife, are the defendants, I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, the following property at 10:00 o'clock a.m., on the February 11, 2020, in the main lobby of the Cass County Courthouse, in the City of Plattsmouth, Cass County, Nebraska, to-wit:The North 85 feet of Lots 1 and 2 in Block 9, Young and Hays Addition to the City of Plattsmouth, Cass County, Nebraska together with the East Half of the vacated alley adjacent to the North 85 feet of Lot 2 in Block 9; to satisfy the liens and encumbrances therein set forth; and to satisfy the accruing court costs, all as provided by said order and decree. The purchaser is responsible for all fees or taxes, including the documentary stamp tax. The purchaser will deposit with the Master Commissioner, at the time of sale, a nonrefundable personal or cashier's check in the amount of $5,000.00, with the full purchase price, in certified funds, to be received by the plaintiff's attorney immediately upon confirmation of the sale by the Court. This sale is made without any warranties as to title or condition of the property. Dated this 23rd day of December, 2019. Thomas D. PrickettMaster Commissioner(1:9,16,23,30)20(43043)

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALETO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the following-described property will be sold by GREGORY L. GALLES, Successor Trustee, at public auction to the highest bidder at the West doors of the Cass County Courthouse, 346 Main Street, Plattsmouth, Nebraska, on February 27, 2020, at 11:00 o'clock a.m.:THE EAST 4 FEET OF LOT TWENTY-THREE (23) AND ALL OF LOT TWENTY-FOUR (24), IN BLOCK TWO (2), RICHIE PLACE, AN ADDITION TO THE CITY OF PLATTSMOUTH, CASS COUNTY, NEBRASKA.The successful bidder shall submit payment in cash or certified funds of the winning bid in full on the day and time of the sale, at the offices of Locher Pavelka Dostal Braddy & Hammes, except this requirement is waived when the highest bidder is the BeneficiaryDATED this _______ day of December, 2019.GREGORY L. GALLES, Successor TrusteeBy:For:LOCHER PAVELKA DOSTAL BRADDY & HAMMES, LLC200 The Omaha Club2002 Douglas StreetOmaha, Nebraska 68102Phone: (402) 898-7000Fax: (402) 898-7130Gregory L. Galles, #21748(1:9,16,23,30)(2:6)20(43062

McHUGH & McHUGHAttorneys at Law333 Nebraska StreetMurdock, Nebraska(402) 867-2141NOTICE OF ORGANIZATIONofWaverly Crane LLCNOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned organized a limited liability company pursuant to the Nebraska Uniform Limited Liability Company Act on January 2, 2020. The name of the limited liability company organized is Waverly Crane LLC. The street and mailing address of the initial designated office of this company is 10005 N. 298th Street, Murdock, NE 68407 and the name of the initial agent for service of process of the company at that address is Loren L. Lockman. The business affairs of the Company are to be managed by a Manager./s/Loren G. Lockman,Its Organizing Member10005 N. 298th StreetMurdock, NE 68047(1:16,23,30)20(43079)

January Regular MeetingMonday, January 13, 2020 7:00 PMPlattsmouth Administration Center 1912 Old Highway 34Plattsmouth, NE 680481. Call Meeting to Order-Acknowledge Open Meetings Law The meeting was called to order by the President at 7:00p.m.2. Roll Call: Foster, Barr, Fuller, Glup, Parsons, Wehrbein, Jensen, Muller, WintersAll Board members were present.3. Public Forum: Reception of Delegates-A time limit of three minutes will be set for individual speakers on a given topic. A total time limit of thirty minutes will be set for all speakers on a given topic, with an effort to provide equal time for pros, cons, and neutral opinions.Rebecca McDaniel, new director of nutrition services for OPPA introduced herself to the Board.4. Special Recognition: 2019 PHS Hall of Fame - Tim Freeburg and James P. Ulrich5. Special Recognition: Several PHS student-athletes earned Academic All-State Awards that require a minimum 3.70 grade point average, including Madison Nelson, Sydney Nelson, Hunter Smith, C.J. Wiseman, Andrew Rathman, Emily Martin, Riley Sedlak, Emma Field, Sydni Haugaard, Katie Rathman, and Chloe Sabatka.6. Election of Officers6.1. Appointment of Election Steward- Tonda Haith- 9-06.2. Nominations, voting, and designation of President- Ken Winters-5-3-16.3. Nominations, voting, and designation of Vice President-Matt Glup-4-2-2-16.4. Nominations, voting, and designation of Secretary-Karen Parsons-by acclamation6.5. Nominations, voting, and designation of Treasurer-Steve Barr-5-3-17. Board Designations and Appointments7.1. Appoint Tonda Haith as Board Treasurer's Designee7.2. Appoint Barb Baker as the Board Secretary's Designee7.1 and 7.2 Motion passed 9-0 with a motion by Foster and a second by Muller.7.3. Appoint Ken Winters as the Board's Liaison to the Nebraska Association of Schools Boards for Governmental RelationsMotion passed 9-0 with a motion by Wehrbein and a second by Glup.7.4. Appoint the Board's Greater Nebraska Schools Association RepresentativeRemoved from agenda7.5. Appoint Wehrbein as the Board's Head Start RepresentativeMotion passed 9-0 with a motion by Foster and a second by Jensen. 7.6. Appoint Muller as the Board's representative on the Plattsmouth Education Foundation's (PEF) Board of DirectorsMotion passed 9-0 with a motion by Foster and a second by Wehrbein.7.7. Appoint the law firm of Perry, Guthery, Haase, and Gessford as the District's Legal CounselMotion passed 7-2 with a motion by Glup and a second by Parsons. Muller and Fuller voted no.7.8. Appoint the accounting firm of Frankel Zacharia as the District's auditorMotion passed 6-3 with a motion by Barr and a second by Wehrbein. Barr, Fuller and Muller voted no.7.9. Designate Superintendent Dr. Richard E. Hasty as the District Representative for all Federal and State Programs, including Head StartMotioned passed 9-0 with a motion by Foster and a second by Muller.8. Consent AgendaMotion passed 9-0 to approve the Consent Agenda with a motion by Foster and a second by Glup.8.1. Agenda8.2. Minutes of the December 9, 2019 meeting8.3. Minutes of the Dec. 9, 2019 Committee on American Civics meeting8.4. Treasurer's Report8.5. Review of the Control Budget8.6. Claim and transfers in the amount of $745,652.069. Administrative Reports9.1. 2018-2019 Annual Report from Supt. Hasty9.2. High School Principal's Report9.3. Middle School Principal's Report9.4. Elementary Principal's Report9.5. Early Childhood Report9.6. Special Education Report9.7. Instructional Services Report10. Action Items10.1 Discuss, consider, and take all action to approve the final reading of 6000 Instruction (Curriculum Committee).Motion passed 9-0 with a motion by Barr and a second by Muller. 10.2. Discuss, consider, and take all action to approve the second reading of Policy 1000 Community Relations (Operations Committee).Motion passed 9-0 with a motion by Foster and a second by Barr.10.3. Discuss, consider, and take all action to approve the first reading of 4000 Personnel (Finance Committee).Motion passed 9-0 with a motion by Foster and a second by Jensen. 10.4. Discuss, consider, and take all action to approve a curriculum proposal for a new Metals and Fabrication course.Motion passed 9-0 with a motion by Muller and a second by Jensen. 10.5. Discuss, consider, and take all action to approve a revision to the Capstone course.Motion passed 9-0 with a motion by Muller and a second by Foster. 10.6. Discuss, consider, and take all action to approve a curriculum proposal for a new Photojournalism and Publication Design course.Motion passed 9-0 with a motion by Foster and a second by Barr.10.7. Emergency Item: Discuss, consider, and take all action to approve an amendment to the option agreement for Old Blue Devil Stadium with the City of Plattsmouth.Motion passed 9-0 with a motion by Foster and a second by Muller.10.8. Discuss, consider, and take all action to approve the third reading of 4025 Professional Boundaries.Motion passed 9-0 with a motion by Foster and a second by Jensen. 11. Announcements11.1. Monday, Feb. 10, 2010 - Nebraska Association of School Boards (NASB) Legislative Issues Conference at the Lincoln Cornhusker Marriott11.2. Next meeting: Monday, Feb. 10, 2020 6 PM Workshop 7 PM Regular Meeting12. ADJOURNMENT. The meeting was adjourned at 7: 57 p.m.ChairpersonSuperintendentPlattsmouth Community Schools Page: 101/09020 2:02 PMBoard ReportUser ID: THAITHVendor Name Vendor Description AmountChecking 1Checking 1 Fund: 01 GENERALAGRIVISION GROUP LLC SERVICE/SUPPLIES 48.35ALL COVERED SERVICES 1,785.00AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES INC SUPPLIES 5,462.07AQUINAS HIGH SCHOOL REGISTRATION 150.00ATI HOLDINGS LLC SERVICES 10,000.00BADGER BODY & TRUCK EQUIPMENT 678.00BLAIR COMMUNITY SCHOOLS REGISTRATION 200.00BOMGAARS SUPPLIES 785.37BOX CAST INC SUPPLIES 476.89CASAS COMPREHENSIVE ADULT STUDENT SUPPLIES 300.00ASSESSMENT SYSTEMCASS COUNTY BANK 26,716.12CENTERPOINT ENERGY SERVICES INC FUEL 1,594.14CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS HOLDING SERVICE 14.09COMPANY LLCCITY OF PLATTSMOUTH WATER & SEWER 1,556.57CITY OF PLATTSMOUTH SUPPLIES/SERVICES 240.00COLUMBUS TELEGRAM SUPPLIES/ADVERTISING 174.00COUNCIL BLUFFS WINNELSON SUPPLIES 167.96CRICK, RYAN MUSIC ACCOMPANIST SERVICES 277.40CUSTOM ARRANGEMENTS SERVICES 715.00CUSTOM GEMS INC SUPPLIES 321.09DELL FINANCIAL SERVICES LLC 1:1 COMPUTER FINANCING 11,217.22DIAMOND VOGEL PAINTS SUPPLIES 2,417.54DOANE COLLEGE SUPPLIES/TUITION 996.00DOBROVOLNY, PAMELA REIMBURSEMENT 225.00DOLLAR GENERAL SUPPLIES 5.52DUECHTING, CYNTHIA LEP SERVICES 2,557.50EDUCATIONAL SERVICE UNIT #3 SERVICE 51,605.00Plattsmouth Community Schools Page: 101/09/2020 2:02 PMBoard ReportUser ID: THAITHVendor Name Vendor Description AmountFASTENAL COMPANY SUPPLIES 480.00FIBER PLATFORM LLC EDUC VIDEO BUNDLE 1,248.14FIREGUARD INC SUPPLIES/SERVICE 2,320.70FOLLETT SCHOOL SOLUTIONS INC SUPPLIES 380.48GOODWILL INDUSTRIES INC WORK EXPERIENCE TUITION 4,644.00GREAT KIDS INC SUPPLIES 2,190.00GREGG YOUNG CHEVROLET OF SUPPLIES/SERVICE 1,506.63PLATTSMOUTH LLCHARTMAN PUBLISHING INC TEXTBOOKS 675.41HEALTHY CHILDREN PROJECT INC SERVICE/SUPPLIES 50.00HEARTLAND FOUNDATION TUITION 5,550.00HILLER ELECTRIC COMPANY SERVICE 1,403.45HOME DEPOT U.S.A. D/B/A HOME DEPOT SUPPLIES 2,863.90PROHY-VEE STORES FUEL/SUPPLIES 800.89J.W. PEPPER & SON INC SUPPLIES 472.59JUST FOR KIDS THERAPY INC SERVICES 6,062.25KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS COPIER LEASES/SUPPLIES 3,209.42KONICA MINOLTA PREMIER FINANCE COPIER LEASES/SUPPLIES 3,727.16MACGILL, WILLIAM V SUPPLIES 184.02MAILFINANCE LEASE 585.00MAILROOM FINANCE INC POSTAGE 1,300.00MATHESON TRI-GAS INC SUPPLIES 761.82MCINNIS, LINDA COSTUMES 53.41MENARDS BELLEVUE SUPPLIES 157.50MID-STATES SCHOOL BUS INC BUS SERVICE 71,101.30MILESTONES DISABILITY SERVICE INC TUITION 7,551.57MULLENAX AUTO SUPPLY SUPPLIES 198.21NATIONAL ARCHERY IN THE SCHOOLS SUPPLIES 600.00PROGRAM INCNCECBVI VISION SERVICES 2,641.25Plattsmouth Community Schools Page: 201/09/2020 2:02 PMBoard ReportUser ID: THAITHVendor Name Vendor Description AmountNCSA REGISTRATIONS/DUES 115.00NEBR DEPT OF HEALTH & HUMAN SE, FEES 50.00CHILDREN'S SERVICES LICENSINGNEBRASKA AIR FILTER INC FURNACE FILTERS 2,486.84NEBRASKA COUNCIL OF SCHOOL ADM DUES/FEES 180.00NEBRASKA PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT ELECTRICITY 23,383.83NEW DIRECTIONS SOLUTIONS LLC SERVICES 10,224.21NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE SCHOLARSHIP 498.00NUSCHY, MIKE TRANSITION SERVICES 1,440.00OMAHA PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT UPS/SERVICE 45.80ONE BEAT CPR LEARNING CENTER LLC SUPPLIES 1,405.00ONE SOURCE THE BACKGROUND CHECK SERVICE 357.00COMPANYOPAA FOOD MANAGEMENT INC SERVICE 68.34PERFORMANCE HEALTH SUPPLY INC SUPPLIES 229.12PIERCE COUNTY AG SOCIETY MEMORIAL 50.00PITSCO INC SUPPLIES 429.83PRESTO X COMPANY PEST CONTROL 371.92PSYCHEMEDICS CORPORATION SERVICE/SUPPLIES 1,590.50RAINBOW GLASS & SUPPLY INC SERVICE/SUPPLIES 908.81RAUNER, DEBORAH SERVICES 263.30RENAISSANCE LEARNING INC SUPPLIES 4,100.00RGS REPAIR INC SERVICES 635.00RIFTON EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES 1,911.75SCHOOL SPECIALTY SUPPLIES 218.39SHRED IT US JV LLC SHREDDING 115.50SNELL, STEPHANIE REIMBURSEMENT 720.11SPARTAN STORES DISTRIBUTION LLC SUPPLIES 184.49SPORTS FACILITY MAINTENANCE LLC SUPPLIESERVICE 7,743.00TIME MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS TIMEKEEPING SYSTEM SERVICE 331.00Plattsmouth Community Schools Page: 301/09/2020 2:02 PMBoard ReportUser ID: THAITHVendor Name Vendor Description AmountUNIVERSITY OF NEBR. - LINCOLN SCHOLARSHIP 498.00UNL EXTENSION REGISTRATION 45.00UNO MUSIC DEPT REGISTRATION 250.00US BANK NA FUEL PURCHASES 276.88VERIZON WIRELESS CELL SERVICE 346.87WASTE MANAGEMENT OF NEBRASKA INC TRASH SERVICE 2,787.22WETENKAMP, REBECCA REIMBURSEMENT 286.76WHC NE LLC TRANSPORTATION 3,055.20WINDSTREAM TELEPHONE SERVICE 3,685.33Fund Total: 314,692.93Checking 1 Fund: 06 CAFETERIABIRD, AARON LUNCH REFUND 54.06CFG INC SERVICE/SUPPLIES 384.93CONESTOGA SCHOOLS LUNCHES 1,251.72OPAA FOOD MANAGEMENT INC SERVICE 78,530.33Fund Total: 80,221.04Checking 1 Fund: 08 SPECIAL BLDG FUNDAMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES INC SUPPLIES 1,748.56BSN SPORTS LLC SUPPLIES 4,198.94DLR GROUP INC SERVICES 61,783.71HOME DEPOT U.S.A. D/B/A HOME DEPOT SUPPLIES 1,718.45PROMAKERBOT INDUSTRIES LLC SUPPLIES 189.26MIDWEST SOUND & LIGHTING RENTAL 10,400.00PIONEER SQUARE BRANDS INC SUPPLIES 800.00PRIME COMMUNICATIONS REPAIRS 13,497.45PROFESSIONAL HEATING AND AIR SERVICE 235,465.40Fund Total: 329,801.77Checking 1 Fund: 10 HEADSTART 20CENTERPOINT ENERGY SERVICES INC FUEL 259.96CHANDLER, PHYLLIS SERVICE 125.00CITY OF PLATTSMOUTH WATER & SEWER 272.90Plattsmouth Community Schools Page: 401/09/2020 2:02 PMBoard ReportUser ID: THAITHVendor Name Vendor Description AmountDOLLAR GENERAL SUPPLIES 18.48GREAT KIDS INC SUPPLIES 2,190.00HY-VEE STORES FUEL/SUPPLIES 210.72KONICA MINOLTA PREMIER FINANCE COPIER LEASES/SUPPLIES 231.37MID-STATES SCHOOL BUS INC BUS SERVICE 7,867.59NEBRASKA PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT ELECTRICITY 673.06OPAA FOOD MANAGEMENT INC SERVICE 1,028.63PRESTO X COMPANY PEST CONTROL 76.75RGS REPAIR INC SERVICES 70.00VERIZON WIRELESS CELL SERVICE 50.73WASTE MANAGEMENT OF NEBRASKA INC TRASH SERVICE 135.52WINDSTREAM TELEPHONE SERVICE 179.23Fund Total: 13,389.94Checking Account Total: 738,105.68Checking 3Checking 3 Fund: 05 ACTIVITY FUNDHY-VEE STORES FUEL/SUPPLIES 744.62J.W. PEPPER & SON INC SUPPLIES 42.00MID-STATES SCHOOL BUS INC BUS SERVICE 772.63OPAA FOOD MANAGEMENT INC SERVICE 60.00RIDDELL/ALL AMERICAN SPORTS CORP SERVICE/SUPPLIES 282.58Fund Total: 1,901.83Checking Account Total: 1,901.83Plattsmouth Community Schools Page: 101/09/2020 2:03 PMBoard ReportUser ID: THAITHVendor Name Vendor Description AmountChecking 1Checking 1 Fund: 01 GENERALFIRST NATIONAL BANK EXPENSES 5,476.41WAL-MART SUPPLIES 148.62Fund Total: 5,625.03Checking 1 Fund: 12 STUDENT FEESWAL-MART SUPPLIES 19.52Fund Total: 19.52Checking Account Total: 5,644.55(1:30)20(43124)

Cass County School District 097Elmwood-Murdock Public SchoolsJanuary 8, 2020A meeting of the Board of Education of the Elmwood-Murdock Public Schools wasconvened in open and public session at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 8th in theboardroom in the high school at Murdock. Board members Mark Luetchens, Mark Meyer,Jesse Rust, Dave Oehlerking, Kathy Frahm and Jeff Backemeyer were present. Also present was Superintendent Ryan Knippelmeyer, Elementary Principal Trisha Nichelson, Secondary Principal Tim Allemang.Notice of the meeting was given in advance by posting in accordance with the Boardapproved method for giving notice of meetings. Notice of this meeting and the subjects to be discussed at the meeting were given in advance to all members of the Board ofEducation. A current copy of the agenda was maintained as stated in the publicized notice.Board President Mark Luetchens called the meeting to order at 7:02 p.m.Election of officers for 2020 as follows:Oehlerking/Rust (M/S) for Luetchens for president; motion passed 6-0Rust/Oehlerking (M/S) for Frahm for vice president; motion passed 6-0Rust/Backemeyer (M/S) for Meyer for secretary; motion passed 6-0Oehlerking/Luetchens (M/S) for Backemeyer for treasurer; motion passed 6-0Rust/Backemeyer (M/S) to approve board bills, consent agenda, and roll. Motion passed 6-0The Board received and reviewed reports from: Elementary Principal / Special Education /Director, Secondary Principal/Activities Director and Superintendent.Action Items:Oehlerking/Rust (M/S) to designate the Plattsmouth Journal as the official newspaperfor the Elmwood-Murdock School District. Motion passed 6-0Backemeyer/Frahm (M/S) to designate the Corn Growers State Bank in Murdock and the American Exchange Bank in Elmwood as the official depositories for Elmwood-Murdock School District funds. Motion passed 6-0Rust/Backemeyer (M/S) to go into Executive Session at 7:45 p.m. for the purpose ofconducting strategy session with respect to collective bargaining. Motion passed 6-0Rust/Frahm (M/S) to come out of Executive session at 7:54 p.m. Motion passed 6-0Discussion items included:The Board received and reviewed a rough draft of the 2019-2020 District Newsletter and District Report Card that will be emailed to all district patrons on January 10, 2020.The Board reviewed the 2020 committee roles as presented. All committees are staying the same as in 2019.Committee on Americanism / Staff Relations: Frahm (Chair), Rust, LuetchensBudget: Backemeyer (Chair), Oehlerking, LuetchensAdministrative Review: Oehlerking (Chair), Backemeyer, MeyerNegotiations: Luetchens (Chair) Frahm, RustPolicy: Rust (Chair), Oehlerking, MeyerFacilities / Transportation: Meyer (Chair) Frahm, BackemeyerThe Board reviewed the draft agenda for the special board meeting for strategic planning on January 25, 2020, beginning at 8:00 a.m. in the boardroom.Rust/Oehlerking (M/S) to adjourn at 8:20 p.m. Motion passed 6-0The next regular Board of Education meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, February 12,2020, beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the boardroom at Elmwood-Murdock High SchoolRespectfully submitted,Mark Meyer, Board SecretaryELMWOOD-MURDOCK PUBLIC SCHOOLSBILLS FOR APPROVALJANUARY 2020GENERAL FUNDVendor Name Vendor Description AmountAG TAC SERVICES, LLC SERVICES 10,932.18ALLEMANG, TIMOTHY MILEAGE 153.70AMAZON SUPPLIES 778.88ASHLAND DISPOSAL SERVICE SERVICES 482.00BULLDOGS BAR FOOD 467.50CENTERPOINT ENERGY SERVICES SERVICES 497.15RETAIL, LLCCREATIVE MATHEMATICS SUPPLIES 48.00DUANE'S AUTO REPAIR REPAIR 45.00E-M LUNCH FUND SUPPLIES 274.45EAKES OFFICE SOLUTIONS SUPPLIES 1,294.29EDUCATIONAL SERVICE UNIT #3 SERVICES 3,980.73EGAN SUPPLY CO SUPPLIES 329.36FRONTIER COOPERATIVE GAS/OIL 2,612.89GARRETT, MARQUES SERVICES 100.00GENERAL FIRE/SAFETY EQUIP CO SERVICES 1,507.63HYNES, LISA SUPPLIES 35.60JAYMAR BUSINESS FORMS, INC SUPPLIES 94.47JUST FOR KIDS SERVICES 1,600.00JW PEPPER & SON, INC SUPPLIES 42.19KIDWELL INC SERVICES 275.00KNIPPELMEYER, RYAN MILEAGE/FEES 311.72KONICA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SERVICES 387.56KONICA MINOLTA PREMIER FINANCE LEASE 700.00LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR ADV/PRINTING 59.60LUCAS, MICHAEL FEES 2,400.00MCGRAW-HILL EDUCATION SUPPLIES 142.14MEESKE ACE HARDWARE SUPPLIES 395.56MENARDS SUPPLIES 121.10MENARDS SUPPLIES 895.55METAL DOORS & HARDWARE COMPANY INC SERVICES 300.00MICK'S DIESEL REPAIR REPAIR 24,778.47NCS PEARSON INC SUPPLIES 259.05NICHELSON, TRISHA MILEAGE 45.24OLD REPUBLIC SURETY COMPANY FEES 100.00OPPD ELECTRICITY 9,636.19PAYSTUBZ SERVICES 48.62PERRY,GUTHERY,HAASE&GESSFORD,P.C. LEGAL SERVICES 367.50PESI INC FEES 219.99PRENTICE PEST MANAGEMENT SERVICES 110.00SCREEN SURGEONS SUPPLIES 49.00UNITE PRIVATE NETWORKS, LLC SERVICES 1,385.00VERIZON SERVICES 40.01VILLAGE OF ELMWOOD WATER/SEWER 184.00WALDINGER CORPORATION SERVICES 4,003.74WILSON, CHARLES SERVICES 400.00MONTHLY EXPENDITURES $72,891.06PAYROLL EXPENDITURES $398,992.33TOTAL EXPENDITURES $471,883.39GENERAL FUND PREPAIDS-DECEMBER 2019AMAZON FEES 119.00BLENDER INSTITUTE SOFTWARE 128.27VIDEO BLOCKS SOFTWARE 349.00MONTHLY EXPENDITURES $596.27(1:3)20(43125)

PLATTSMOUTH CITY COUNCILJanuary 6, 2020A meeting of the City Council of the City of Plattsmouth, Nebraska was convened in open and public session at 7:00 o'clock p.m. on January 6, 2020 at Plattsmouth City Hall in Plattsmouth Nebraska. Present were Mayor R. Paul Lambert and Council Members: Steve Riese, Morgan Muller, Sean Minahan, Terry Kerns and Jeanie Brookhouser. Council Members Absent: Doug Derby and Wanda Wiemer. Also present: City Administrator Ervin Portis, City Clerk Sandra J. Meyer and City Attorney Stephen Q. Preston. This is a regular meeting of the Mayor and City Council of Plattsmouth. Notice of meeting was published on December 26, 2019 in the Plattsmouth Journal. Proof of publication along with the Mayor and Council's Acknowledgment of Receipt of Notice are on file. The Open Meetings Act is posted on the bulletin board in the City Council chambers. A copy of the agenda and all documents to be discussed is available to the public. All proceedings hereafter shown were taken while the convened meeting was open to the public. We will follow the agenda that was made available to the public. Please silence cell phones.ITEM 5-CITIZEN DELEGATIONNo one spoke at citizen Delegation.ITEM 6-MAYORAL PROCLAMATIONSThere were no Mayoral Proclamations.ITEM 7-CONSENT AGENDAMotion by Brookhouser seconded by Riese to approve the consent agenda as presented: AConsider approval of the December 16, 2019 City Council Meeting MinutesBConsider approval of claimsClaims Register Report as of 1/6/20 Pay Date: 12/20/19 118875.66 Com Ctr 7076.71EMS 11942.05General 15773.14Library 8055.05Parks and Cemetery 3607.84Police 40186.94Senior Center 2509.83Street 12334.79Water and Sewer 17389.31 Pay Date: 1/3/20 122041.7 Com Ctr 5782.71EMS 12690.22General 17189.99Library 7212.5Parks and Cemetery 3414.48Police 43673.1Senior Center 2131.97Street 12658.01Water and Sewer 17288.72 Various Vendor Name AMERICAN FAMILY LIFE 651.95AMERITAS 33016.5AMERITAS LIFE INSURANCE CORP 148.12BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD 54481.15DELTA DENTAL PLAN 3160.28DIVISION OF CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES 800.28FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE 360HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 202.85INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE 52125.11MUTUAL OF OMAHA 774.04NEBRASKA CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENT CENTER 392.32NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE 8003.89NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE (SALES TAX) 12608.89PLATTSMOUTH COMMUNITY CENTER 2313.66PLATTSMOUTH STATE BANK 272.16 Department : 01 - GENERAL ADMINISTRATION BOMGAARS SUPPLY 23.7CHARTER BUSINESS 198.34CLAY D LINCOLN 50EGAN SUPPLY CO 48.33FIRST BANKCARD 261.06FIX IN A ZIP LLC 4447KATHRYN SHARP 125KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 25.5KONICA MINOLTA PREMIER FINANCE 221.16OFFICE DEPOT INC 25.01OLMSTED & PERRY ENGINEERING 82.5PETTY CASH CITY 6PITNEY BOWES INC 39.48SOFTCHOICE CORPORATION 1605THE COLUMBUS TELEGRAM 1207.78WELCH LAW FIRM LLC 6000Department : 02 - HUMANE/CODE ENFORCEMENT BOMGAARS SUPPLY 18.05H & H SALES INC 186.24 Department : 03 - EMS ACCELERATED GRAPHX LLC 300ALADTEC INC 1865BLACK HILLS ENERGY 95.99BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC 800.07DANKO EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT 2911.7FIRST BANKCARD 558.5FORT DEARBORN LIFE INSURANCE CO 68.8KONICA MINOLTA PREMIER FINANCE 35.78LINDER TIRE & AUTO INC 1433.4MATHESON TRI-GAS INC 119.68METRO BILLING SERVICES LLP 1254OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY OF OMAHA 78.5REBECCA L GRAF 89.36STERICYCLE INC 259.42STRYKER SALES CORPORATION 32474.04TODD K HINTZE 12.93WALKERS INC 32.76YANT TESTING SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT 1546.02Department : 04 - POLICE ACCELERATED GRAPHX LLC 165.5AMERICAN FUTURE SYSTEMS INC 254.95BOMGAARS SUPPLY 21.98CASS COUNTY SHERIFF 3615DIGITAL ALLY INC 245FERGUSON ENTERPRISES 275FIRST BANKCARD 709GALLS 52.98GREAT PLAINS UNIFORMS 720.49H & H SALES INC 2415.65IMPACT MANUFACTURING 45.07INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR PROPERTY AND EVIDENCE INC 345JOSHUA MEDEIROS 15.9KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 16.19KONICA MINOLTA PREMIER FINANCE 154.29MID-STATES ORGANIZED CRIME INFO 150POLICE CHIEFS ASSOC OF NEBRASKA 50SID TOOL CO INC 719.78WOODHOUSE FORD SOUTH INC 551.25 Department : 05 - STREET AGRIVISION EQUIPMENT GROUP LLC 271.46BOMGAARS SUPPLY 485.22BOO INC DBA BOBCAT OF OMAHA 308.86FASTENAL COMPANY 363.08HD SUPPLY CONSTRUCTION & INDUSTRIAL WHITE CAP 252.89IMPACT MANUFACTURING 36.72JESSICA FORBS 101.98LINDER TIRE & AUTO INC 170OFFICE DEPOT INC 213.2SID TOOL CO INC 160.96Department : 06 - LIBRARY BAKER & TAYLOR BOOKS 2221.37FIRST BANKCARD 1154.66KIRSTEN WOOD 59.92KONICA MINOLTA PREMIER FINANCE 154.29LYNNE CAMPBELL 79.9OKEEFE ELEVATOR CO INC 194.83SOFTCHOICE CORPORATION 299.99STEPHEN C WARGA 36WINDSTREAM 146.07 Department : 07 - PARKS AGRIVISION EQUIPMENT GROUP LLC 1233.09CHARTER BUSINESS 36.91JUSTIN A MARSH 1725.17PRUITT OUTDOOR POWER 173.5THE COLUMBUS TELEGRAM 6.32 Department : 08 - CEMETERY LINDER TIRE & AUTO INC 133.22NEBRASKA PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT 64.88OREILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC 125.88WINDSTREAM 139.83 Department : 10 - FIRE BLACK HILLS ENERGY 95.99FIRST BANKCARD 9.26FORT DEARBORN LIFE INSURANCE CO 172KONICA MINOLTA PREMIER FINANCE 35.78OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY OF OMAHA 78.5THE COLUMBUS TELEGRAM 7.58TODD K HINTZE 12.93WALKERS INC 32.74YANT TESTING SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT 1546.03Department : 11 - SENIOR CITIZEN CTR CHARTER BUSINESS 143.26HYVEE 214.5OFFICE DEPOT INC 19.98STRATUS BUILDING SOLUTION OF ARIZONA 219THE THOMPSON COMPANY 2767.22WALKERS INC 133Department : 16 - ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OLMSTED & PERRY ENGINEERING 517.04Department : 17 - COMMUNITY CENTER CHARTER BUSINESS 429.79EGAN SUPPLY CO 410.08FIRST BANKCARD 287.1KONICA MINOLTA PREMIER FINANCE 186.7OFFICE DEPOT INC 45.42OKEEFE ELEVATOR CO INC 389.66SEI SECURITY EQUIPMENT 468STRATUS BUILDING SOLUTION OF ARIZONA 1870THE WALDINGER CORPORATION 1563.66WALKERS INC 120Department : 18 - AQUATIC CHARTER BUSINESS 36.91Department : 20 - WATER AMERICAN WATER WORKS ASSOC 204BOMGAARS SUPPLY 229.24BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC 43CORE & MAIN LP 2167.48DPC INDUSTRIES INC 490FIRST BANKCARD 116.75MATHESON TRI-GAS INC 180.45MISSISSIPPI LIME COMPANY 7624NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE (SALES TAX) 308.28NEBRASKA PUBLIC HEALTH ENVIRONMENTAL LAB 385NEBRASKA PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT 6433.84NEBRASKA RURAL WATER 275OLMSTED & PERRY ENGINEERING 8880.94OXEN TECHNOLOGY 619.5RGS REPAIR INC 799.58SOFTCHOICE CORPORATION 226.48TYLER TECHNOLOGIES 90WELCH LAW FIRM LLC 2000Department : 30 - SEWER BLACK HILLS ENERGY 392.82BOMGAARS SUPPLY 804.96BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC 43CORE & MAIN LP 1783.39CUMMINS CENTRAL INC 1401.5JUSTIN A MARSH 524.16MID IOWA SOLID WASTE EQUIPMENT 92.55NEBRASKA PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT 1564.87OLMSTED & PERRY ENGINEERING 4920.5OMAHA DOOR & WINDOW COMPANY 487.75OXEN TECHNOLOGY 619.5RAILROAD MANAGEMENT COMPANY III LLC 696.73SAVAGE PLUMBING INC 1500TYLER TECHNOLOGIES 90WELCH LAW FIRM LLC 2000WINDSTREAM 51.06ROLL CALL: Yes-Minahan, Kerns, Muller, Brookhouser and Riese. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED.ITEM 8-UNFINISHED BUSINESSITEM 8 ASteve Perry, PE, Olmsted & Perry Consulting Engineers Inc. reviewed Application for Payment No. 2 (Final Retainage) submitted by Omaha Electric Service Inc. 2019 Flood Recovery Project - Reconstruction of City Well No. 6 (PW#111072 ) in the amount of $ 2,761.00. This is the final retainage and recommended approval contingent on receipt of closeout documents. Motion by Riese seconded by Muller to approve Application for Payment No. 2 (Final Retainage) submitted by Omaha Electric Service Inc. 2019 Flood Recovery Project - Reconstruction of City Well No. 6 (PW#111072 ) in the amount of $ 2,761.00 and authorize the Mayor to execute Pay Application No. 2 contingent on receipt of closeout documents. ROLL CALL: Yes-Brookhouser, Riese, Kerns, Muller and Minahan. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED.Council member Kerns stated that he would be abstaining from any discussion or action on ITEM 8 B and ITEM 8 C as he is President and Majority Shareholder of Kerns Excavating Co. which creates a conflict of interest.ITEM 8 BSteve Perry, PE, Olmsted & Perry Consulting Engineers Inc. reviewed Change Order No. 7 submitted by Kerns Excavating Inc. for the US Highway 75 Utility Relocations to extend the contract completion date to February 01, 2020. This request is due to flood recovery from the 2019 floods and approval was recommended. Motion by Brookhouser seconded by Riese to approve Change Order No. 7 submitted by Kerns Excavating Inc. for the US Highway 75 Utility Relocations to extend the contract completion date to February 01, 2020 and authorize the Mayor to execute Change Order No. 7. ROLL CALL: Yes-Muller, Brookhouser,Riese and Minahan. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-Kerns. Mayor Lambert voted "Yes", providing the additional vote required to create a majority of members elected to the council. MOTION CARRIED.ITEM 8 CSteve Perry, PE, Olmsted & Perry Consulting Engineers Inc. reviewed Change Order No. 1 submitted by Kerns Excavating Co. Inc. for the 2019 Flood Recovery Project - Standby Generator Support Structures Project to extend the contract completion date to February 1, 2020. Erv Portis, City Administrator asked that the completion date be amended to February 13, 2020 as there was an error on the agenda that was in the packets. Again, this request is due to delays caused by the 2019 flooding and Mr. Perry recommended approval with the amended contract completion date of February 13, 2020. Motion by Muller seconded by Brookhouser to approve Change Order No. 1 submitted by Kerns Excavating Co. Inc. for the 2019 Flood Recovery Project - Standby Generator Support Structures Project to extend the contract completion date to February 13, 2020 and authorize the Mayor to execute Change Order No. 1. ROLL CALL: Yes-Minahan, Brookhouser, Riese and Muller. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-Kerns. Mayor Lambert voted "Yes", providing the additional vote required to create a majority of members elected to the council. MOTION CARRIED.ITEM 8 DErv Portis, City Administrator and Steve Perry, PE, Olmsted & Perry Consulting Engineers Inc. gave a presentation on the erosion from the flood and placing barriers at the Water Plant, Wastewater Treatment Plant and Wells 6 and 8. The estimated cost is $240,000.00 for materials for all sites. The labor would be done with City Staff. Motion by Riese seconded by Muller to authorize the purchase of Flood Protection Barriers for the Wastewater Treatment Plant using the State of Iowa Contract. ROLL CALL: Yes-Brookhouser, Kerns, Minahan, Muller and Riese. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED.ITEM 8 EMotion by Brookhouser seconded by Kerns to approve the Certification of Compliance of Maintenance Agreement No. 21 QE 1125 Supp 1 between the Nebraska Department of Transportation and the Municipality of Plattsmouth for Calendar Year 2019 and authorize the Mayor to execute the Agreement. ROLL CALL: Yes-Riese, Muller, Minahan, Kerns and Brookhouser. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED.ITEM 9 - NEW BUSINESSITEM 9 APursuant to publication Mayor Lambert opened a public hearing at 7:40 p.m. to receive public input on final project status concerning the use of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) 09-DTR-101 funds. No one spoke in favor, opposition or of a neutral nature. Mayor Lambert closed the public hearing at 7:42 p.m.ITEM 9 BPursuant to publication, Mayor Lambert opened a public hearing at 7:43 p.m. to receive public input on the Intention to consider levying a special assessment against each of the real estate parcels listed in Resolution No. 20-001 in the amount set opposite to such parcel. Each of the parcels have outstanding bills against them for nuisance abatement conducted by the City in accordance with the Plattsmouth Municipal Code. Captain Ryan Crick of the Plattsmouth Police Department presented an exhibit to the City Clerk to show cause for the levying of special assessments. No one else spoke in favor, opposition or of a neutral nature. Mayor Lambert closed the public hearing at 7:44 p.m.ITEM 9 CErv Portis, City Administrator informed Council there are three properties: 211 N. 15th St.; 805 Main St.; and 1305 17th Ave. that we received payment on and are to be removed from the listing. Motion by Muller seconded by Brookhouser to adopt RESOLUTION NO. 20-001: A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, LEVYING THE COST AND EXPENSE OF NUISANCE ABATEMENT WORK AS A SPECIAL ASSESSMENT ON THE REAL ESTATE PARCELS LISTED ON THE CITY'S "SUMMARY ABATEMENT OF NUISANCES WORK REPORT - THROUGH OCTOBER 31, 2019" INCLUDED AS ATTACHMENT "A" TO THIS RESOLUTION with amendments to Attachment A excluding 211 N. 15th St., 805 Main St. and 1305 17th Avenue by title only. Erv Portis, City Administrator read RESOLUTION NO. 20-001 in to the record by title only. ROLL CALL: Yes-Muller, Brookhouser, Riese, Minahan and Kerns. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED. ITEM 9 DCouncil member Riese introduced an ordinance numbered and titled as follows: ORDINANCE NO. 1966: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA TO ENACT CHAPTER 6, ARTICLE 5, SECTIONS 6-501 THROUGH 6-507 OF THE PLATTSMOUTH REVISED MUNICIPAL ORDINANCES 2011 RELATED TO PERMITS TO OCCUPY THE CITY'S RIGHTS-OF-WAY; TO REPEAL ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; TO PROVIDE FOR PUBLICATION IN PAMPHLET FORM; AND TO PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Motion by Riese seconded by Kerns to approve firstreading of ORDINANCE NO. 1966: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OFPLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA TO ENACT CHAPTER 6, ARTICLE 5, SECTIONS 6-501 THROUGH 6-507 OF THE PLATTSMOUTH REVISED MUNICIPAL ORDINANCES 2011 RELATED TO PERMITS TO OCCUPY THE CITY'S RIGHTS-OF-WAY; TO REPEAL ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; TO PROVIDE FOR PUBLICATION IN PAMPHLET FORM; AND TO PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE DATE by title only. ROLL CALL: Yes-Kerns, Riese, Minahan, Brookhouser and Muller. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED. City Administrator, Ervin Portis read ORDINANCE NO. 1966 in to the record by title only.ITEM 9 ECouncil member Brookhouser introduced an ordinance numbered and titled as follows: ORDINANCE NO. 1967: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA TO ENACT CHAPTER 6, ARTICLE 6, SECTIONS 6-601 THROUGH 6-607 OF THE PLATTSMOUTH REVISED MUNICIPAL ORDINANCES 2011 RELATED TO SMALL WIRELESS FACILITIES IN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY; TO REPEAL ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; TO PROVIDE FOR PUBLICATION IN PAMPHLET FORM; AND TO PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Motion by Brookhouser seconded by Riese to approve first reading of ORDINANCE NO. 1967: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA TO ENACT CHAPTER 6, ARTICLE 6, SECTIONS 6-601 THROUGH 6-607 OF THE PLATTSMOUTH REVISED MUNICIPAL ORDINANCES 2011 RELATED TO SMALL WIRELESS FACILITIES IN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY; TO REPEAL ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; TO PROVIDE FOR PUBLICATION IN PAMPHLET FORM; AND TO PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE DATE by title only. ROLL CALL: Yes-Brookhouser, Muller, Riese, Kerns and Minahan. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED. City Administrator, Ervin Portis read ORDINANCE NO. 1967 in to the record by title only.ITEM 9 FCouncil member Minahan asked that the question be separated and the reappointment of Angie Minahan to the Plattsmouth Planning Commission be considered separate as he has a conflict of interest and would not be discussing or voting on her reappointment.Motion by Minahan seconded by Kerns to separate the question and consider the reappointment of Angie Minahan to the Plattsmouth Planning Commission as a separate item. ROLL CALL: Yes-Minahan, Kerns, Muller, Brookhouser and Riese. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED.Motion by Brookhouser seconded by Riese to approve the reappointment of the following members of the Plattsmouth Planning Commission: Jeff Kindig, Rich McKinley, DeWayne Prince, Robert Rice, Heather Herlick, Mike Bowman, Mary Harding and Michael Vaughn. ROLL CALL: Yes-Brookhouser, Kerns, Minahan, Muller and Riese. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED.Motion by Kerns seconded by Muller to approve the reappointment of Angie Minahan to the Plattsmouth Planning Commission. ROLL CALL: Yes-Riese, Muller, Kerns and Brookhouser. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-Minahan. Mayor Lambert voted "Yes", providing the additional vote required to create a majority of members elected to the council. MOTION CARRIED.ITEM 9 GMotion Brookhouser seconded by Riese to receive with regrets Cheryl Grimshaw's letter of resignation as a member of the Plattsmouth City Council-Ward 2 effective December 31, 2019. ROLL CALL: Yes-Brookhouser, Riese, Kerns, Muller and Minahan. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED.ITEM 9 HMotion by Kerns seconded by Riese to approve the appointment of Gary Hellwig to the Plattsmouth Airport Authority to fill a vacancy. ROLL CALL: Yes-Muller, Minahan, Brookhouser, Kerns and Riese. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED.ITEM 9 IMotion by Riese seconded by Muller to approve the appointment of Ransom Cole to the Plattsmouth Airport Authority to fill a vacancy. ROLL CALL: Yes-Riese, Minahan, Kerns, Brookhouser and Muller. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED.ITEM 9 JMotion by Brookhouser seconded by Riese to approve the appointment of Anna Ostrand as a new member of the Plattsmouth Emergency Medical Services Department and the addition of her name to the roster. ROLL CALL: Yes-Brookhouser, Kerns, Minahan, Muller and Riese. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED.ITEM 9 KMike Wilson, Chief of the Plattsmouth Volunteer Fire Department reviewed the 2019 Year End Report for the Department. Chief Wilson introduced his officers for 2020.ITEM 9 LMotion by Brookhouser seconded by Riese to approve the Plattsmouth Volunteer Fire Department Membership roster. ROLL CALL: Yes-Riese, Muller, Minahan, Kerns and Brookhouser. No-None. Absent-Derby and Wiemer. Abstain-None. MOTION CARRIED.ITEM 128:21 p.m. Motion by Brookhouser seconded by Riese to adjourn. MOTION CARRIED, on a voice vote./s/R. Paul Lambert, Mayor ATTEST:/s/Sandra J. Meyer, City Clerk(1:30)20(43126)

MINUTES OF MEETING FOR: January 21, 2020 - Notice of the meeting was given in advance by publication in the Plattsmouth Journal and online at www.cassne.org. Agendas was made available for public inspection at the office of the Cass County Clerk.8:00am Call Meeting to Order: Roll call; Sharp, McCartney, Peterson, Henry and Murdoch. CONVENE -BOARD OF EQUALIZATION-Teresa Salinger, County Assessor: 1.Correction to Tax Rolls/Omitted Property/Assessment Rolls (Real/Personal) Parcel #(s): list provided by AssessorMOTION: Peterson moved, McCartney seconded to table until 2020 meeting for lack of documentation. Motion carried 5-02.Exemption Application on Motor Vehicles: Great Plains Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church (1) 2015 Toyota RAV4MOTION: Sharp moved, Murdoch seconded to approve motor vehicle exemptions filed by Great Plains Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church as presented. Motion carried 5-08:03am ADJOURN AS CASS COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION: MOTION: Henry moved, McCartney seconded.8:04am CONVENE - BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS: Commissioner's Announcements/Comments: NoneCONSENT AGENDA: 1/7/2020 Minutes, Claims, Payroll/Time Balance Reports for 1/21/2020MOTION: McCartney moved, Murdoch seconded to approve consent agenda as prepared. Motion carried 5-0GENERAL CLAIMS: Ameritas Life Insurance $2,387.20 (Ins) Ameritas Life Insurance $27,532.45 (Ins) Barclay's $378.96 (Srv) Nancy Bergman $30.00 (Srv) Black Hills Energy $3,317.39 (Srv) Scott Bornemeier LLC $34.99 (Srv) Boundtree Medical LLC $1,163.79 (Sup) Broadview Networks $319.68 (Srv) Cash-Wa Distributing $851.05 (Srv) Cass County Court $3,724.00 (Srv) Cass County Extension $384.73 (Srv) Cass County Refuse $193.05 (Srv) Cass County Sheriff $988.14 (Srv) Cass County Sheriff $934.97 (Srv) Charm-Tex Inc $524.30 (Srv) Charter Communications $167.27 (Srv) Clerk of the District Court $108.00 (Srv) Cody Inc $807.00 (Srv) Comdata Corporation $1,562.85 (Srv) Conner Psychological Services $365.00 (Srv) Cornhusker State Industries $274.00 (Srv) Crawford Supply Company $640.34 (Sup) Percival Culligan Water $19.90 (Sup) Dataspec Inc. $898.00 (Srv) Department of Correctional Services $9,188.82 (Srv) Digital-Ally $415.00 (Sup) Douglas County District Court $12.25 (Srv) Dugan Business Forms $894.50 (Sup) Eakes Office Solutions $1,778.00 (Srv) Electronic Contracting Company $112.74 (Srv) EMS Connect $90.00 (Srv) Tracy Ensor $100.00 (Reim) Father Flannagan's Boys Home $540.00 (Srv) Fireguard Inc $562.65 (Srv) Kelly Fitzpatrick $8.63 (Reim) FP Mailing Solutions $263.40 (Sup) Frontier Cooperative $379.76 (Srv) Futurity IT, Inc $4,000.00 (Srv) Galls LLC. $345.28 (Sup) Johnson & Pekney $937.60 (Srv) Grainger $969.82 (Srv) Green Fees Lawn & Irrigation $65.00 (Srv) Heartland Aqua Tech $20.00 (Sup) Dan Henry $1,433.66 (Reim) Hometown leasing $453.89 (Srv) Hometown Leasing $1,015.70 (Srv) Hy-Vee $575.00 (Sup) Johnson & Pekny LLC $1,008.00 (Srv) Jones Automotive Inc $493.50 (Srv) Keefe Supply Company $56.50 (Sup) Kerns Excavating Co $95.00 (Srv) Konica Minolta Bus Solutions $19.12 (Srv) Kade Krueger $105.80 (Reim) Brad Ksiazek $46.40 (Reim) KVC Behavioral Healthcare $5,2808.00 (Srv) Lancaster County Sheriff Department $63.05 (Srv) LG Cleaners Inc $72.00 (Srv) Gerald Liess $562.50 (Srv) Lincoln Journal Star $294.39 (Srv) Linder Tire & Auto Inc $64.00 (Srv) Dana Long $9.78 (Srv) Amy Luttman $319.94 (Reim) Village of Manley $68.00 (Srv) Marco Inc $49.58 (Srv) Marcy Mortuary $700.00 (Srv) Matheson Tri-Gas Inc $247.59 (Srv) Janet McCartney $610.74 (Reim) Meeske Ace Hardware $108.33 (Sup) Menards $48.02 (Sup) Metropolitan Area Planning Agency $5,870.00 (Srv) Mid America First Call Inc $200.00 (Srv) MIPS Inc $2,190.31 (Srv) Mullenex Auto Supply Inc $28.26 (Sup) NACO $40.00 (Srv) NE Computer Parts LLC $203.96 (Srv) Nebraska Association of County Clerk/Register of Deeds $150.00 (Srv) NE Department of Agriculture $90.00 (Srv) Nebraska Emergency Services $180.00 (Srv) The Nebraska Medical Center $2,828.45 (Sup) NPPD $108.92 (Srv) NE State Library Publications $209.40 (Srv) Nebraska.gov $15.00 (Srv) Office Warehouse $387.50 (Sup) Omega Chemical Co Inc $727.07 (Srv) H.S.A $2,150.00 (Ins) William Ouren $450.00 (Reim) Owens Educational Services Inc $929.96 (Srv) Oxen Technology $8,500.00 (Srv) Paper Tiger Shredding Inc $126.00 (Srv) Papillion Sanitations $170.40 (Srv) Payless Office Products $8.15 (Sup) City of Plattsmouth $1,158.37 (Srv) Plattsmouth State Bank $27,924.09 (Ins) Pottawattamie County Court $32.10 (Srv) Prairie Mechanical Corp $525.00 (Srv) Premier Waste Solutions LLC $281.00 (Srv) Thomas Prickett $984.00 (Srv) Pro's Shirt Shop $68.00 (Sup) Jill Reese $129.92 (Reim) Region 6 $18,168.50 (Srv) Reliance Standard Life $176.81 (Adjust)Reliance Standard Life ACC $-.08 (Adjust) Reliance Standard Life CRIT $-.18 (Adjust) Reliance Standard Life HOSP $-.07 (Adjust) Reliance Standard Life LONGT $-93.14 (Adjust) Reliance Standard Life SHORT $-243.91 (Adjust) Ricoh USA Inc $239.53 (Srv) Sarpy County Sheriff Dept $39.27 (Srv) Secretary of State $20.00 (Srv) Shaw Hardware Store $34.67 (Sup) Michael Slattery $1,764.54 (Reim) Robin Small $20.58 (Reim) Softchoice Corporation $250.00 (Srv) Software Unlimited $240.00 (Srv) Stericycle Inc $80.00 (Srv) Stop N Shop $1,417.04 (Srv) Stryker Medical $594.00 (Srv) Summit Food Service, LLC $13,402.51 (Sup) The Home Depot Pro $683.79 (Sup) Thomson Reuters - West $1,088.36 (Srv) Bobie Touchstone $10,224.00 (Srv) US Bank $942.43 (Srv) US Bank Voyager $2,398.41 (Srv) Unifirst Corporation $173.02 (Srv) United HealthCare $80,639.76 (Adjust) University of Nebraska - IT $76.10 (Srv) Verizon Connect $1,084.90 (Srv) Vesta Voluntary Specialists, Inc $89.50 (Srv) Voss Lighting $332.00 (Srv) VSP Vision $30.51 (Adjust) Cara Whitmarsh $42.55 (Reim) Windstream $11,991.20 (Srv) Windstream Communications $1,717.11 (Srv) CLAIMS: $286,340.99; PAYROLL: $321,115.90; TOTAL: $607,456.89 ROAD CLAIMS: Allied Oil & Tire Company $2,574.44 (Srv) Ameripride Linen Supply Co $405.69 (Srv) Village of Avoca $49.00 (Srv) Bobcat of Omaha$32.44 (Srv) Comfort Inn $439.80 (Srv) Eakes Office Solutions $115.00 (Srv) Frontier Cooperative $5,681.60 (Srv) Village of Greenwood $194.59 (Srv) Hometown Leasing $123.40 (Srv) Meeske Ace Hardware $448.07 (Sup) Michael Todd & Co $5,506.58 (Srv) Midwest Service & Sales Co $45,900.00 (Srv) Mullenex Auto Supply Inc $172.37 (Sup) Murphy Tractor & Equip $3,665.04 (Sup) Nebraska Iowa Supply Co Inc $14,133.61 (Sup) NMC Exchange LLC $2,714.85 (Srv) Papillion Sanitations $297.87 (Srv)Pomp's Tire Service Inc $169.50 (Srv) Otoe County Rural Water District #3 $38.50 (Srv) Safety - Kleen Systems Inc $119.75 (Srv) Productivity Plus Account $427.81 (Srv) US Bank Voyager Fleet Sys $789.49 (Srv) Vermeer $300.00 (Srv) Whetrock Inc $4,089.24 (Srv) Wilbur Ellis $68.70 (Sup) CLAIMS: $88,457.34; PAYROLL: $62,070.04; TOTAL: $150,527.38 JUVENILE DIVERSION: $1,337.00 VISITOR PROMOTION: Carl Reichart $221.69 (Reim) Weeping Water Valley Historical $531.05 (Srv) CLAIMS: $752.74; PAYROLL: $961.50; TOTAL: $1,714.24 VISITOR IMPROVEMENT: Village of Elmwood $20,000.00 (Srv) TOTAL: $20,000.00 RECORD PRESERVATION: MIPS Inc $4,370.76 (Srv) TOTAL: $4,370.76 VETS AID: Veterans Aid Fund $5,000.00 (Srv) TOTAL: $5,000.00 E911: Barclay's $1,275.00 (Srv) DAS Central Finance $75.00 (Srv) Electronic Engineering $2,632.54 (Srv) OPPD $196.48 (Srv) Windstream $676.16 (Srv) TOTAL: $4,855.18 E911 WIRELESS: Windstream $2,475.65 (Srv) TOTAL: $2,475.65; OVERALL GRAND TOTAL: $797,737.101. CURRENT/REGULAR AGENDA: MOTION: Peterson moved, Sharp seconded to approve current agenda as prepared. Motion carried 5-02. PAST MEETING ATTENDED BY COMMISSIONERS: Sharp reported: NoneMcCartney reported attending the following Meetings: Testified at Plattsmouth City Hall regarding One Life Church parking issue, MAPA Finance Committee, Region 6 Governing Board, 5 Rivers RC&D and MAPA TTAC.Peterson reported: Discussions with Mark Rathe-Fair Board and Beth Ferrell-NACO regarding land purchase for fair groundsHenry reported: NoneMurdoch reported: None3.OPEN PUBLIC HEARING: None Scheduled4. Litigation & Legal Matters-S. Colin Palm, County Attorney: None Scheduled5. Road Matters-Lenny Thorne, Highway Superintendent: 5A.Discuss/Action- Authorize Chair to sign BNSF Railway CO Release and Settlement Agreement (Young Rd. Damage)MOTION: Henry moved, McCartney seconded to authorize chair to sign BNFS Railway Company Release and Settlement Agreement as presented. Motion carried 4-1, Sharp voting noThorne updated the board on projects and equipment.6.New Business & Unfinished Business: 6A.Discuss/Action- Judge Michael Smith, discuss hiring for the position of District Court Bailiff. Update only no action taken6B.Discuss/Action- Julie Harris- Bike Walk Nebraska, request signage on county roads for gap in MOPAC trailMOTION: McCartney moved to approve placement of signs along the MOPAC trail; MOTION FAILED DUE TO LACK OF SECONDMOTION: Peterson moved, Henry seconded to table request for signage on 334th and Alvo Road until the February 4th board meeting. Motion carried 5-0 6C.Discuss/Action- Roger Johnson- SID #5 request consent for the district to acquire (13) lotsMOTION: McCartney moved, Peterson seconded to give consent to SID to acquire 13 lots (1) 4119 Buccaneer Blvd, (2) 4121 Buccaneer Blvd, (3) 4127 Buccaneer Blvd, (4) 4128 Buccaneer Blvd, (5) 4126 Buccaneer Blvd, (6) 4124 Buccaneer Blvd, (7) 4116 Buccaneer Blvd, (8) 4114 Buccaneer Blvd, (9) 19423 Davy Jones Circle, (10) 3018 Davy Jones Circle, (11) 315 Fairway Circle, (12) 323 Fairway Circle, (13) 3314 Fairway Circle. Motion carried 5-06D.Discuss/Action- RES 2020-01 To continue to provide for the lawful constitutional right of the public for the election of county surveyor by the registered voters of Cass County, NE (tabled 1.7.2020)MOTION: Henry moved, Peterson seconded to adopt Resolution 2020-01 as prepared. Motion carried 5-06E.Discuss/Action- Authorize Clerk to process claim to pay 2017 taxes to the Cass County Treasurer for 602 Ave. A - Probation Bldg.MOTION: McCartney moved, Murdoch seconded to authorize clerk to process claim in the amount of $8,756.97 to the Cass County Treasurer for 2017 taxes for the Probation Building located at 602 Ave. A Plattsmouth, NE 68048. Motion carried 5-0BREAK: 8:50am 6F.Discuss/Action- Nebraska Strong & Cass County Long Term Recovery Group, update board on county flood recovery. Update given - no action taken. 6G.Discuss/Action- Mark Rathe, Cass County Fair Land purchaseRathe provided survey of the 15 acres the AG Society is interested in purchasing. Board members discussed price of land, Zoning of land and future land purchase for the Fair grounds. MOTION: Henry moved, Murdoch seconded to table for review until the February 4th board meeting. Motion carried 5-0 7.Other Business Matters/Public Input & Comments. 9:13am ADJOURN AS CASS COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS: MOTION: Henry moved, Murdoch seconded. Motion carried 5-0I, Gerri Draper, the undersigned Clerk of Cass County, Nebraska do hereby certify the above minutes were taken by me, and are true and correct to the best of my knowledge and are part of the official records of this office. I therefore set my hand and affix the County Seal this 21st day of January, 2020State of Nebraska)County of Cass) ss. Gerri DraperCass County ClerkWe, the undersigned Board of Commissioners of Cass County, Nebraska do hereby certify the above minutes are true and correct to the best of our knowledge, and are part of the official records of the Cass County Clerk's Office. We therefore set our hands this 21st day of January, 2020(1:30)20(43136)

CITY COUNCILJanuary 8, 2020Louisville, NEA regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Louisville was held on Wednesday, January 8, 2020, at 7:00 p.m. at the City Hall. Present were Mayor Roger Behrns, Council Members Jerry McClun, Rod Petersen, Paula Simonson and Randy Jensen. Also present were City Attorney Roger Johnson, Assistant City Supervisor Preston Derby and several guests. Mayor Behrns stated that the Open Meetings Act is posted at the rear of the room and a copy of all meeting materials is available with the clerk. The convened meeting was open to the public. Mayor Behrns called the meeting to order and asked the Council to review the consent agenda. Jensen moves, Simonson seconds to approve the consent agenda. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote. Kari Wockenfuss reported for the care center. Bob Copple was present to request that the city council consider looking into silent railroad crossings by way of forming a Railroad Transportation Safety District (RTSD). The council believes this is worth pursuing. More research will be done. Jensen moves, McClun seconds to ask JEO for a proposal for study of repairs necessary for 6th Street Bridge. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote. McClun moves, Jensen seconds to approve an agreement with MAPA for housing rehabilitation services in the amount of 10% of rehabilitation costs not to exceed $2,500. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote. McClun moves, Simonson seconds to approve the guidelines for Louisville Housing Rehabilitation Program as presented. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote. Simonson moves, Jensen seconds to make a policy that rescue balances under $100 not be sent to collections, over $100 sent with no exceptions. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote. McClun moves, Simonson seconds to require residents show utility bill with trash service line to be able to dump during cleanup days. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote. A general discussion on small cell technology zoning regulations was held.Petersen moves, Jensen seconds to approve the license to occupy 7th Street east of Elm Street with Thomas Wiley and Dorothy Cubrich. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote. Preston reported for water, wastewater and streets.A written sheriff's report was circulated. No reports from fire and rescue. An internal audit control of invoices was conducted. Petersen moves, Jensen seconds to introduce by title only and suspend the three required statutory readings of Ordinance #993; other benefits for Lousville Care Center employees. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote. Petersen moves, McClun seconds to adopt by title only Ordinance #993. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote.McClun moves, Jensen seconds to introduce by title only and suspend the three required statutory readings of Ordinance #994; fee schedule. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote. Jensen moves, Simonson seconds to adopt by title only Ordinance #994. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote.McClun moves, Petersen seconds to approve Resolution 20-01; mileage reimbursement. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote. Petersen moves, Jensen seconds to approve Resolution 20-02; surplus equipment - 2,200 gallon bulk tank and frame. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote. Simonson moves, Petersen seconds to adjourn the meeting at 8:19 p.m. Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote. The minutes are published in summary form. Dee Arias, City ClerkAFLAC 418.14AMERICAN FUNDS 478.55A BOWERS 105.94BLACK HILLS 373.70BlueCross/BlueShield 456.52BOUND TREE MEDICA 167.32CANON FINANCIAL 116.31CASS COUNTY SHERIFF 1,250.00CENTERPOINT 298.63CHARTER 185.99CINTAS 130.84CULLIGAN 147.40DANKO EMERGENCY 692.20EAKES 61.30EFTP 5,706.44EXECUTIVE JANITORIAL 600.00FIRST NATIONAL 71.92GRAINGER 1,721.26GULIZIA ELECTRICAL 3,529.39HAWKINS 283.29HOA SOLUTIONS 400.00HSA BANK 1,646.05HUMANA 74.55INLAND TRUCK 1,103.89JACKSON NATIONAL 1,406.83J HEIM 162.00LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR 94.52MATHESON TRI-GAS 663.91MICHAEL TODD 529.60M HOOVER 41.15MILL CREEK AUTO 2,551.26MUNICIPAL SUPPLY 2,506.64NE DEPT OF REVENUE 4,981.68NE FIRE CHIEFS 75.00NE PUBLIC HEALTH 63.00NE RURAL WATER 175.00ONE CALL 16.13OPPD 7,717.84PAPILLION SANITATION 7,018.14PETTY CASH: CITY OFFICE 180.46PINNACLE BANK 1,289.41R JOHNSON 693.00SANDRY FIRE SUPPLY 134.10SAPP BROS. 343.97SPRINGFIELD ACE HARDWARE 233.32S COTTRELL 101.73Stander Trucking 659.68STATE STEEL 764.85SUPERIOR INDUSTRIAL 1,122.00TY THE FENCE GUY 898.68UNUM LIFE 365.52USA BLUE BOOK 1,921.26VERIZON WIRELESS 199.02VERN WESTOVER 4,755.73WEX BANK 580.58WINDOWMAN 30.00WINDSTREAM 670.81ZOLL MEDICAL 510.00Payroll: 12/20/19 9,752.19Payroll: 1/03/20 10,411.82REPORT TOTAL 83,640.46Cash Disbursements JournalLouisville Care Center4 Seasons Awards $39.70American HealthTech $647.36Amie Schrack $7523.75Angela Schnebel $50.00Applol $200.00Bishop Business Equipment $543.20Black Hills Energy $369.32Blakes Pharmacy $5295.88Brenda Gilfert $50.00Britany Knispel $50.00Cassgramm $192.00CenterPoint Energy $568.19Cheryl Taylor $50.00Citi Cards $280.29CitiBusiness Card $1278.96City of Louisville $82.50Community Pharmacy Services $1729.00Complete Hearing $998.50Copple Chevrolet $52.45Crescent electric Supply Company $84.20Coss Country Staffing, Inc. $5556.24Dana J. tuma $242.00Department of Health & Human Services $14,546.00Direct Supply Health Care $1535.84Earthgrains Baking Co's Inc. $405.80Esther L. Dietrich $292.50Eyman plumbing Inc $16,577.92Ferguson Enterprises Inc. $52.156Fusion Medical Staffing $21,997.38Grapetree Medical Staffing $15,259.16Great America Financial Services $281.00HD Supply Facilities Maintenance $139.08Health Care Information Systems $5090.30HR-Revolution $36.00Huntel Communications $150.00InfiNet Solutions, Inc. $2044.99Infinisource Benefit Services $70.00Innovate Rehab $18,755.03Inpro $4939.83Jonny ray Gomez $300.00 Karen Hidalgo $113.66Kari Wockenfuss $198.60Kendra Trauernicht $50.00Mahoney Fire Sprinkler, Inc $160.00McKesson Medical-Surgical Inc. $7159.97Medics At Home Inc. $47.50Mid-American Research Chemical $253.07Mike Taylor $50.00Mill Creek Auto Parts Inc. $122.93Mood: Muzak OA $385.88Next Level Consulting, Inc. $750.00Nichelle R. Horton-Brown $1,000.00Omaha Public Power $6043.88Papillion Sanitation $532.51Patrick Smith $79.00Pegler Sysco Food Service $20,499.93Petty Cash $642.88Physicians Laboratory Services, Inc. $82.00Providers Plus Inc. $586.73PPR Corp $9425.00Quality First Insurance, LLC $13,805.49RetirementHome TV Corporation $987.33Richard A. Sayers $420.00Roger K. Johnson $141.75Sherwin-Williams Co $297.04Springfield Ace Hardware $299.78Stanley Security Solutions $169.50Stericycle $164.25TMS Design Services, Inc $224.00TruGreen $233.78Verizon Wireless $66.72WINDSTREAM $731.31WireBuilt $50.00$195,807.87(1:30)20(43139)

MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL MEETING OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION, SCHOOL DISTRICT #22, CASS COUNTY, WEEPING WATER, NEBRASKAJanuary 24, 2020President Adam DeMike called the meeting to order at 5:30 PM in the Weeping Water Public School Conference Room.Board members attendance at roll call were Present: Haley Dehne, Adam DeMike, Mr Brandon Nash, Mark Rathe, Absent: Jason Brack, Shawn Hammons.1.AGENDAPresent: Haley Dehne, Adam DeMike, Mr Brandon Nash, Mark Rathe, Absent: Jason Brack, Shawn Hammons.1.a.Call the meeting to orderAdam DeMike called the meeting to order at 5:30pm.1.b.Roll CallAlso present were Superintendent Kevin Reiman, Secondary Principal Dr. Tiffanie Welte, Elementary Principal Bristol Wenzl1.c.Acknowledgement of Nebraska Open Meetings Act postedPresident Adam DeMike acknowledged the posting of the Nebraska Meetings Act.1.d.Excuse absent board membersHaley Dehne moved to approve the absence of Jason Brack and Shawn Hammons Mr Brandon Nash seconded the motion. Motion PassedJason Brack: Absent, Haley Dehne: Yea, Adam DeMike: Yea, Shawn Hammons: Absent, Mr Brandon Nash: Yea, Mark Rathe: YeaYea: 4, Nay: 0, Absent: 21.e.Verify meeting publicationMark Rathe moved to approve the meeting publication Mr Brandon Nash seconded the motion. Motion PassedJason Brack: Absent, Haley Dehne: Yea, Adam DeMike: Yea, Shawn Hammons: Absent, Mr Brandon Nash: Yea, Mark Rathe: YeaYea: 4, Nay: 0, Absent: 21.f.Approval of agendaMr Brandon Nash moved to approve the agenda Haley Dehne seconded the motion. Motion PassedJason Brack: Absent, Haley Dehne: Yea, Adam DeMike: Yea, Shawn Hammons: Absent, Mr Brandon Nash: Yea, Mark Rathe: YeaYea: 4, Nay: 0, Absent: 22.Action Items2.a.Accept the resignation of Lori Lindau and authorize the board president to execute the settlement agreement on the board's behalf. Mark Rathe moved to accept the resignation of Lori Lindau and authorize the board president to execute the settlement agreement on the board's behalf Mr Brandon Nash seconded the motion. Motion PassedJason Brack: Absent, Haley Dehne: Yea, Adam DeMike: Yea, Shawn Hammons: Absent, Mr Brandon Nash: Yea, Mark Rathe: YeaYea: 4, Nay: 0, Absent: 23.AdjournmentThe meeting was adjourned at 5:34pm Respectfully submitted,Board Secretary(1:30)20(43142)

ERIC H. LINDQUIST, P.C., L.L.O.Attorneys at Law8712 West Dodge Road, Suite 260Omaha, Nebraska 68114NOTICE OF MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALEBy virtue of an order of sale issued by the District Court of Cass County, Nebraska, and pursuant to a decree of said Court in an action therein indexed at Case No. CI 19-237, wherein U.S. Bank National Association as Trustee for NRZ Inventory Trust, is the plaintiff, and Robert Rice and Patricia Rice, husband and wife, are the defendants, I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, the following property at 10:00 o'clock a.m., on the February 11, 2020, in the main lobby of the Cass County Courthouse, in the City of Plattsmouth, Cass County, Nebraska, to-wit:The North 85 feet of Lots 1 and 2 in Block 9, Young and Hays Addition to the City of Plattsmouth, Cass County, Nebraska together with the East Half of the vacated alley adjacent to the North 85 feet of Lot 2 in Block 9; to satisfy the liens and encumbrances therein set forth; and to satisfy the accruing court costs, all as provided by said order and decree. The purchaser is responsible for all fees or taxes, including the documentary stamp tax. The purchaser will deposit with the Master Commissioner, at the time of sale, a nonrefundable personal or cashier's check in the amount of $5,000.00, with the full purchase price, in certified funds, to be received by the plaintiff's attorney immediately upon confirmation of the sale by the Court. This sale is made without any warranties as to title or condition of the property. Dated this 23rd day of December, 2019. Thomas D. PrickettMaster Commissioner(1:9,16,23,30)20(43043)

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALETO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the following-described property will be sold by GREGORY L. GALLES, Successor Trustee, at public auction to the highest bidder at the West doors of the Cass County Courthouse, 346 Main Street, Plattsmouth, Nebraska, on February 27, 2020, at 11:00 o'clock a.m.:THE EAST 4 FEET OF LOT TWENTY-THREE (23) AND ALL OF LOT TWENTY-FOUR (24), IN BLOCK TWO (2), RICHIE PLACE, AN ADDITION TO THE CITY OF PLATTSMOUTH, CASS COUNTY, NEBRASKA.The successful bidder shall submit payment in cash or certified funds of the winning bid in full on the day and time of the sale, at the offices of Locher Pavelka Dostal Braddy & Hammes, except this requirement is waived when the highest bidder is the BeneficiaryDATED this _______ day of December, 2019.GREGORY L. GALLES, Successor TrusteeBy:For:LOCHER PAVELKA DOSTAL BRADDY & HAMMES, LLC200 The Omaha Club2002 Douglas StreetOmaha, Nebraska 68102Phone: (402) 898-7000Fax: (402) 898-7130Gregory L. Galles, #21748(1:9,16,23,30)(2:6)20(43062

McHUGH & McHUGHAttorneys at Law333 Nebraska StreetMurdock, Nebraska(402) 867-2141NOTICE OF ORGANIZATIONofWaverly Crane LLCNOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned organized a limited liability company pursuant to the Nebraska Uniform Limited Liability Company Act on January 2, 2020. The name of the limited liability company organized is Waverly Crane LLC. The street and mailing address of the initial designated office of this company is 10005 N. 298th Street, Murdock, NE 68407 and the name of the initial agent for service of process of the company at that address is Loren L. Lockman. The business affairs of the Company are to be managed by a Manager./s/Loren G. Lockman,Its Organizing Member10005 N. 298th StreetMurdock, NE 68047(1:16,23,30)20(43079)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 12/27/2019Newly Formed Group Seeks to Assist Flood Recovery for Area ResidentsFor More Information Contact:Tandra SudmanCass County Long Term Recovery Group(402) 267-6765Casscnty.ltrg@gmail.comCass County, NE: Today, after months of work, The Cass County Long Term Recovery Group has officially received its nonprofit designation. While The Cass County Long Term Recovery Group was formed in response to the March flooding, the nonprofit will be a resource to the community for years to come and aims improve the community's resiliency following future natural disasters."Developing an LTRG within Cass County increases the ability to identify individuals who are the most in need and the LTRG can connect resources to those individuals and families as quickly as possible," " said Gary Harpster, Secretary of Cass County Long Term Recovery GroupFEMA predicts that recovery from the March 2019 flood could take several years to complete. During this time, Cass County Long Term Recovery Group will help to ensure individuals and families impacted by the flood receive the support they need to return to a semi-normal atmosphere."It's the LTRG's goal is to prevent an overlapping of services by coordinating resources within the community, by developing a structured process for recovery we can increase the resiliency within the community and help members in an immediate time of need," said Brittney Hensley, Treasurer of Cass County Long Term Recovery GroupThe Cass County Long Term Recovery Group serves residents of the Cass County region. Individuals who need assistance recovering from the flood are encouraged to contact Tandra Sudman at (402) 267-6765 or via email, casscnty.ltrg@gmail.com.Mission statement:Cass County's LTRGs mission is to coordinate recovery services and build resiliency for individuals and families adversely affected by disasters within the Cass County area.Long-Term Recovery Group Participating Organizations: Nebraska Strong Sarpy/Cass Health Department Cass County Emergency ManagementCass County Long Term Recovery Group is actively seeking donations and is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Contributions to are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.(1:16,23,30)20(43083)

Notice is hereby given that TB Consultant, LLC, a Nebraska Limited Liability Company, has been organized under the laws of the state of Nebraska, with its initial designated office at 725 S 10th St, Plattsmouth, NE 68048. The initial agent for service of process of the Company is Tina Beckwith, 725 S 10th St., Plattsmouth, NE, 68048. Nature of the Company is Right of Waytility Consulting.(1:16,23,30)20(43084)

SouthLaw, P.C.13160 Foster Suite 100Overland Park, KS 66213-2660(913) 663-7600FILE NO. 222563NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALEFor default in the payment of debt secured by a deed of trust executed by Alex Hieb and Shayanna Hieb, dated August 5, 2016, and recorded on August 9, 2016, Document No. 04128, in Book No. 97, at Page 924 in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds, Cass County, Nebraska, the undersigned Successor Trustee will on February 28, 2020, at 2:30 PM, at the West Door of the Cass County, Courthouse, Plattsmouth, Nebraska, sell at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash:THE SOUTH 34 FEET OF LOT 2 AND ALL OF LOT 3, BLOCK 3, MUNGER'S FIRST ADDITION, ALVO, CASS COUNTY, NEBRASKA A.P.N.: 130028169, commonly known as 135 Washington St, Alvo, NE, 68304subject to all prior easements, restrictions, reservations, covenants and encumbrances now of record, if any, to satisfy the debt and costs.Edward E. Brink, Successor TrusteeFirst Publication: January 16, 2020NOTICEPursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, 15 U.S.C. §1692c(b), no information concerning the collection of this debt may be given without the prior consent of the consumer given directly to the debt collector or the express permission of a court of competent jurisdiction. The debt collector is attempting to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose (No. 222563). For more information, visit www.Southlaw.com(1:16,23,30)(2:6,13)20(43085)

IN THE COUNTY COURT OF CASS COUNTY, NEBRASKAIN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATEOF JAMES F. CRONINDeceased.Case No. PR20-2NOTICENotice is hereby given that on January 8, 2020, in the Probate Court of Cass County, Nebraska, Amanda Ruma, whose address is 4504 Victoria Ave. Papillion, NE 68133, was appointed by the Court as Personal Representative of the Estate.Creditors of this Estate must file their claims with this Court on or before March 16, 2020 or be forever barred.BY: /s/Kimberly DurowClerk of the County CourtPrepared by:JAMES POLACK, #20768James Polack, P.C., L.L.O.The Law Center3814 Dodge StreetOmaha, Nebraska 68131(402)551-5540(402)551-1377 fax(1:16,23,30)20(43089)

Notice of OrganizationNotice is hereby given that Civic Peak Properties, LLC, a Nebraska Limited Liability Company, has been organized under the laws of the State of Nebraska, with its initial designated office at 3713 286th street, Elmwood, NE 68349. The initial agent for service of process of the Company is Chad Peterson, 3713 286th Street, Elmwood, NE 68349.(1:16,23,30)20(43091)

NOTICE OF ORGANIZATION Notice is hereby given that New Tradition Arms LLC (the "Company") has been organized under the laws of the State of Nebraska. The designated office of the Company is 2602 Fountain Circle, Plattsmouth, NE 68048. The registered agent of the Company is Scott Q Spicer, 2602 Fountain Circle, Plattsmouth, NE 68048. The general nature of the business will be to engage in the transaction of any or all lawful business, for which a limited liability company may be organized under the laws of the State of Nebraska. The LLC was filed with the State of Nebraska January 6, 2020.(1:16,23,30)20(43093)

IN THE COUNTY COURT OF CASS COUNTY, NEBRASKAIN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OFLAURA E. PAGE, DeceasedPR 20-3NOTICENotice is hereby given that on January 10, 2020, in the County Court of Cass County, Nebraska, the Registrar issued a written statement of Informal Probate of Will of said decedent and that Robert Page, 1710 Horning Rd., Plattsmouth, NE 68048, was informally appointed by the Registrar as Personal Representative of the Estate.Creditors of this Estate must file their claims with this Court on or before March 16, 2020, or be forever barred./s/Kimberly DurowClerk of the County CourtWilliam R. Reinsch, #15464Reinsch, Slattery, Bear, Minahan & Prickett, P.C., L.L.O.545 Main StreetP.O. Box 489Plattsmouth, NE 68048(402) 296-6996wrr@rsbmlaw.com(1:16,23,30)20(43095)

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGCITY COUNCILLOUISVILLE, NEBRASKANOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the City of Louisville, Nebraska will hold a public hearing at its meeting on February 12, 2020, at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall, 210 Main Street, Louisville, Nebraska for the purpose of hearing support, opposition, criticism, suggestions or observations of the public, prior to making a recommendation to the Louisville City Council, concerning whether to adopt an ordinance as follows: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE, NEBRASKA TO ADOPT CHAPTER VIII MUNICIPAL PLANNING, ARTICLE III ZONING REGULATIONS, SECTION 7.10A ENTITLED "SMALL WIRELESS FACILITIES REGULATIONS FOR THE RIGHT-OF-WAY"; TO REPEAL ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; TO PROVIDE FOR PUBLICATION IN PAMPHLET FORM; AND TO PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE DATE.Dee Arias, City Clerk(1:30)20(43105)

NOTICE OF MEETINGCITY OF LOUISVILLEPLANNING COMMISSIONNOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a meeting of the Planning Commission of Louisville, Nebraska, will be held at 7:00 p.m. on February 3, 2020, at City Hall, 210 Main Street, Louisville, Nebraska, which meeting will be open to the public. An agenda for such meeting, kept continuously current is available for public inspection at the office of the City Clerk. Except for items of an emergency nature, the agenda shall not be enlarged later than twenty-four hours before the scheduled commencement of the meeting. If auxiliary aids of reasonable accommodations are needed for attendance at a meeting, please call the City Clerk, (402-234-7705), ten (10) days in advance of the scheduled meeting.Dee Arias, City Clerk(1:30)20(43106)

NOTICE OF ORGANIZATION OFD & E Grains, L.L.C.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that D & E Grains, L.L.C. has been organized under the laws of the State of Nebraska. The designated office of the limited liability company is 103 South East Street, Weeping Water, NE 68463. The registered agent and office of the limited liability company is Susan R. Wade-Nielsen, 103 South East Street, Weeping Water, Nebraska, 68463. The limited liability company commenced business on January 6, 2020.(1:23,30)(2:6)20(43115)

McHUGH & McHUGHAttorneys at Law333 Nebraska StreetMurdock, Nebraska(402) 867-2141NOTICE OF ORGANIZATIONofDouble L Windmills LLCNOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned organized a limited liability company pursuant to the Nebraska Uniform Limited Liability Company Act on January 16, 2020. The name of the limited liability company organized is Double L Windmills LLC. The street and mailing address of the initial designated office of this company is 10005 N. 298th Street, Murdock, NE 68407 and the name of the initial agent for service of process of the company at that address is Loren G. Lockman. The business affairs of the Company are to be managed by a Manager./s/ Loren G. Lockman_,Its Organizing Member10005 N. 298th StreetMurdock, NE 68407(1:23,30)(2:6)20(43117)

REQUEST FOR BIDSNotice is hereby given that the Governing Board of the Eastern Nebraska Human Services Agency (ENHSA) will accept bids to provide two (2) 2020 Ford Transit, all-wheel drive, cargo vans.Bids specifications may be obtained from the Meals on Wheels Director of the Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging, 4780 S. 131 St., Omaha, Nebraska 68137 or by calling 402-444-6766.Bids must be submitted in a sealed envelope marked "Cargo Van Bid, Attention-Lezlie McPherson" and be delivered to ENOA, 4780 S. 131 St., Omaha, Nebraska no later than 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 12, 2020.Bids will be opened at the ENHSA's Governing Board meeting on February 12, 2020, at 3:30 p.m. at 4715 S. 132 St. Omaha, Nebraska.(1:30)20(43119)

SHERIFF'S SALEState of Nebraska ) )ssCounty of Cass ) By Virtue of an ORDER SHERIFF'S SALE CI19-208 issued by BARBARA PROKUPEK CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURTWithin and For Cass County, Nebraska and to me directed, I will on the 28TH day Of FEBRUARY A.D., 2020, at 10 o'clock a.m. of said day inside of the West Door of the Cass County Courthouse, Cass County, NebraskaIn said County, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cashheck in full, the following REAL ESTATE OR PERSONAL PROPERTY to wit:The South of Lots 7 and 8, Block 82, in the City of Weeping Water, Cass County, Nebraska.The same being levied upon and taken as the property of AVA M. SCHLOSSER, if any; and JOHN DOE and/or JANE DOE, as Partied in Possession by COCO ASSETS Plaintiff (s) to satisfy a judgment of said court recovered by COCO ASSETS Plaintiff(S) against said AVA M. SCHLOSSER, JOHN DOE AND/OR JANE DOE Defendant(s )Plattsmouth, Nebraska JAN 22, 2020 Sheriff Cass County, Nebraska(1:30)(2:6,13,20)20(43127)

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGSA public hearing will be held at 8:15 am, February 18, 2020 in the Cass County Courthouse, Room 101, Plattsmouth Nebraska for the purpose of reviewing the proposed One and Six-Year Road Plan for Cass County. Pursuant to Section 39-2119, the adopted plan is to be submitted to the Board of Public Roads Classification and Standards. This notice posted at the following locations:Cass County Courthouse and the following Post Offices: Eagle, Greenwood, Plattsmouth and Weeping Water. Lenny ThorneHighway Superintendent(1:30)(2:6,13)20(43128)

BERKSHIRE & BURMEISTER1301 S. 75th Street, Suite 100Omaha, NE 68124NOTICE OF ORGANIZATION OF PACKERS SUPPLY, LLCDesignated Office: 1238 Sand Hill Road, Louisville NE 68037Registered Office: 1238 Sand Hill Road, PO Box 579, Louisville, NE 68037Registered Agent: Scott LauPACKERS SUPPLY, LLC shall engage in any lawful business for which a limited liabilitycompany may be formed under The Nebraska Uniform Limited Liability Company Act. Perpetualexistence commenced when the Certificate of Organization was filed and recorded with the Secretary of State of the State of Nebraska, and it shall have a perpetual duration from the date of said filing. The affairs of the company are to be conducted by the Members in proportion to each such Member's contribution to the capital of the company.PACKERS SUPPLY, LLC(1:30)(2:6,13)20(43130)

PUBLIC NOTICE Per State Statute 77-202.01, the Cass County Board of Equalization advises the public that a list of the 2020 applications from organizations seeking tax exemption, descriptions of the property, and recommendations of the County Assessor are available in the County Assessor's Office.Gerri DraperCass County Clerk(1:30)20(43131)

NOTICE OF MEETINGPLATTSMOUTH BRIDGE COMMISSIONNotice is given that the Plattsmouth Bridge Commission will hold a meeting, which is open to the public, on February 11, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. in the Auditorium of the Plattsmouth Public Library, 401 Avenue A, Plattsmouth, Nebraska. An agenda, kept continuously current, is available for public inspection at 506 Main Street, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.Bobie A. Touchstone, Chair(1:30)20(43133)

NOTICE OF MEETINGPLATTSMOUTH AIRPORT AUTHORITYNotice is given that the Plattsmouth Airport Authority will meet on February 13, 2020, at 6:00 p.m. at the Administration Building, 411 Church Road, Plattsmouth, Nebraska, which meeting shall be open to the public. An agenda, kept continuously current, is available for public inspection at 506 Main Street, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.Paul F. Lucas, Secretary(1:30)20(43134)

NOTICE OF MEETINGVILLAGE OF ALVOBOARD OF TRUSTEESNOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a meeting of the Chairperson and Village Board of the Village of Alvo, Nebraska will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, February 4th, 2020, at 135 Main Street, Alvo, NE which meeting is open to the public. An agenda for said meeting, kept continuously current, is available for public inspection at the office of the Village Clerk at City Hall. Except for items of an emergency nature, the agenda shall not be enlarged later than twenty-four hours prior to the scheduled commencement of the meeting.Robin LaPageVillage Chairperson(1:30)20(43137)

CITY OF LOUISVILLEThe following Ordinance was passed January 8, 2020 by the City Council of the City of Louisville: #994 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE, NEBRASKA TO ESTABLISH FEES FOR CITY SERVICES; TO REPEAL ALL ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS IN CONFLICT; TO PROVIDE FOR PUBLICATION IN PAMPHLET FORM; AND TO PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Said Ordinance is hereby published in pamphlet form and available for public inspection at the City Clerk's office, 210 Main St., Louisville, NE. and by posting in three public places; Louisville Post Office, Pinnacle Bank, City Office. This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after its passage, approval and publication or posting as required by law. Roger Behrns, MayorAttest:Dee AriasCity Clerk(1:30)20(43140)

CITY OF LOUISVILLEThe following Ordinance was passed January 8, 2020 by the City Council of the City of Louisville: #993 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE, NEBRASKA TO ESTABLISH A HIRING INCENTIVE PAY, TEMPORARY FILL IN PAY, AN EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE BENEFIT, SHIFTEEKEND DIFFERENTIAL AND TRAIN THE TRAINER TRAINING FOR THE LOUISVILLE CARE CENTER EMPLOYEES; TO REPEAL ORDINANCE 969; TO PROVIDE FOR PUBLICATION PAMPHLET FORM; AND TO PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Said Ordinance is hereby published in pamphlet form and available for public inspection at the City Clerk's office, 210 Main St., Louisville, NE. and by posting in three public places; Louisville Post Office, Home State Bank, City Office. This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after its passage, approval and publication or posting as required by law. Roger Behrns, MayorAttest:Dee AriasCity Clerk(1:30)20(43141)

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LOUISVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLSEMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIESLouisville Public Schools is seeking applicants for the following positions: Elementary/Secondary Para Professionals If you are interested in the above positions please apply on line at lpslions.org under the job postings tab. EOE

NurseLOUISVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS is seeking applications for a Pre K-12 registered nurse. 40 hours per week during the school year. Benefits include single health and dental insurance, paid sick and personal leave and inclusion in the Nebraska Public Employees Retirement System. Louisville Schools is a growing, progressive district located between Lincoln and Omaha. Please apply online at lpslions.org under the job postings tab. EOE

Notice is hereby given that the Dodge County Veterans Service Committee will meet in the Veterans Service Office on the second floor of the Dodge County Courthouse on Wednesday, February 5, 2020 at 2 p.m.   The agenda for the meeting will be continuously kept current and will be available for inspection in the Veterans Service Office.   Mark Schneck  Secretary  Veterans Service Committee  (2:4,5)20(80406)

NOTICE OF MEETINGS  The following are the planned meetings of the Dodge County Board of Supervisors, Dodge County Board of Equalization and Dodge County Board of Corrections for February -- on February 12 and 26. The Dodge County Board of Supervisors will meet beginning at 9:00 A.M.; the Board of Equalization at 10:00 A.M.; and the Board of Corrections at 9:05 A.M., all in the Board Room on the third floor of the Courthouse, 435 N. Park, Fremont, Nebraska. During the meetings, the Board may recess and convene as different Boards as needed. An agenda, kept continuously current, but can be modified at any meeting for an emergency item declared by motion of the Board, is available for public inspection at the office of County Clerk. Any item to be placed on the Agenda must be submitted to the County Clerk or any Supervisor. The Agenda will be in its final form and posted at least two days preceding each meeting. The public is always welcome to attend any meeting.   Fred Mytty   Dodge County Clerk  (2:5)20(80418)

NOTICE OF MEETING  Educational Service Unit #2  Notice is hereby given that a regular meeting of the Board of Educational Service Unit #2 will be held on Monday, February 17, 2020 at 1:00 p.m., at the ESU2, 2320 N Colorado Avenue, Fremont Nebraska. An agenda for such meeting is being kept continuously current and is available for public inspection at the office of the ESU Administrator.  (2:5)20(80421)